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Sep 5, 20, 4:56 pm
Replies: 26
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Posted By jiejie

Obviously not a random selection--those locations...

Obviously not a random selection--those locations are all tech business-oriented places. I'd tend to avoid the West Coast and focus on Austin or Research Triangle. However, you're likely to need a...
Sep 4, 20, 9:43 am
Replies: 26
Views: 2,093
Posted By jiejie

Oh dear. Aren't you in Singapore? Completely...

Oh dear. Aren't you in Singapore? Completely different situation than most metropolitan areas of the USA. There aren't many places in the USA where 16-year old girls should jog in a park at 2AM,...
Jun 20, 20, 8:43 pm
Replies: 1,800
Views: 142,608
Posted By jiejie

Dangerous ground indeed. Ascribing to conformity,...

Dangerous ground indeed. Ascribing to conformity, the mass acceptance of Chinese and Japanese mask-wearing and restrictions, is oversimplifying the situation. Chinese and Japanese cultures also value...
Forum: China
Mar 26, 20, 5:51 pm
Replies: 189
Views: 19,131
Posted By jiejie

You might be technically correct but let's be...

You might be technically correct but let's be real. At this point, "necessary" (as defined by the Chinese) is probably 1 out of every 100 non-diplomatic visa applicants. For the moment, the rest...
Mar 13, 20, 11:31 am
Replies: 6,826
Views: 932,690
Posted By jiejie

MS first case was reported a couple of days ago...

MS first case was reported a couple of days ago (but I think it was actually identified as a potential positive one week ago--he had traveled to/from Florida). I'm in MS now. And our household has...
Forum: China
Mar 12, 20, 12:26 pm
Replies: 189
Views: 19,131
Posted By jiejie

Here is some additional information specifically...

Here is some additional information specifically for international arrivals into Beijing Capital Airport (PEK), which is using T3-D for all incoming processing from "high risk" countries. You can...
Mar 7, 20, 3:26 pm
Replies: 3,821
Views: 247,994
Posted By jiejie

I think the Confucian philosophical approach has...

I think the Confucian philosophical approach has a lot to do with the way virus response (both at the government and individual levels) has been organized in Chinese-majority countries in Asia. It's...
Mar 6, 20, 2:27 pm
Replies: 6,826
Views: 932,690
Posted By jiejie

​​​​Problem is nowhere to put that many people...

​​​​Problem is nowhere to put that many people besides their own homes, and how do you get them safely from ship to home, how do you monitor them to prevent me noncompliance, and what to do about...
Mar 5, 20, 4:04 pm
Replies: 3,821
Views: 247,994
Posted By jiejie

I'm doing hand washing or sanitizer after every...

I'm doing hand washing or sanitizer after every public surface contact and washing hands at home (in addition before food prep and post-bathroom) every 2 hours. Trying to train myself to avoid...
Mar 5, 20, 3:58 pm
Replies: 3,821
Views: 247,994
Posted By jiejie

55 new cases in USA today as of this writing,...

55 new cases in USA today as of this writing, source: https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/

Unfortunately, I don't see a lot of common sense happening right now. Starting with: shut down all...
Mar 3, 20, 7:59 am
Replies: 6,826
Views: 932,690
Posted By jiejie

Way, way upthread a few weeks ago, somebody asked...

Way, way upthread a few weeks ago, somebody asked about China and "fever clinics." These are designated places to go in each Chinese city, for people who either have a fever or believe they may...
Mar 3, 20, 7:47 am
Replies: 6,826
Views: 932,690
Posted By jiejie

What you're missing is a sense of responsibility...

What you're missing is a sense of responsibility and concern for the greater good. Let me use my situation as an example. I'm currently in the USA caregiving for two elderly parents in their 80's....
Feb 29, 20, 2:58 pm
Replies: 6,826
Views: 932,690
Posted By jiejie

You asked someone else, but I'll answer as well....

You asked someone else, but I'll answer as well. Yes, I'm suggesting that folks also not travel domestically for the next few months. Especially on intercity commercial transport. Taking the USA as...
Feb 29, 20, 2:39 pm
Replies: 6,826
Views: 932,690
Posted By jiejie

Good question. It is not clear. We know that: ...

Good question. It is not clear. We know that:
a) US patient #1 (https://www.flyertalk.com/forum/usertag.php?do=list&action=hash&hash=1) , diagnosed and treated in Washington, has recovered and been...
Feb 29, 20, 2:00 pm
Replies: 6,826
Views: 932,690
Posted By jiejie

Should it? That's a matter of opinion. moondog...

Should it? That's a matter of opinion.
moondog made a post yesterday (#3067) about his experience returning to China (Shanghai) after several weeks' absence outside the country. In his...
Feb 29, 20, 1:18 pm
Replies: 6,826
Views: 932,690
Posted By jiejie

Stop traveling. Stay in the immediate vicinity of...

Stop traveling. Stay in the immediate vicinity of your normal home base for the next couple of months at least. I say this not specifically directed at you, but generally to all. I have seen a number...
Feb 29, 20, 11:14 am
Replies: 11
Views: 1,080
Posted By jiejie

Just tried to like your post--successful. Am on...

Just tried to like your post--successful. Am on full site, desktop, Windows using Chrome browser. Interesting, yesterday and most of the past few weeks, it didn't work. And that was on Chrome,...
Feb 29, 20, 11:04 am
Replies: 6,826
Views: 932,690
Posted By jiejie

Why would flu studies be directly relevant?...

Why would flu studies be directly relevant? COVID-19 is not influenza and seems to have some marked differences in virus behavior. As with SARS, COVID-19 has a fairly clearly established pattern of...
Feb 28, 20, 11:27 am
Replies: 11
Views: 1,080
Posted By jiejie

"Like" button not working

I have no ability to "like" anyone's post anymore, though at one point it used to work. The Like appears to be a functional link, but doesn't activate. This occurs on multiple browsers using desktop...
Feb 28, 20, 11:07 am
Replies: 920
Views: 113,824
Posted By jiejie

A good question, and one which has not been...

A good question, and one which has not been clarified. I suppose that if you refuse to be tested on a voluntary basis, then the public health authorities could compel it to be done, and they would...
Feb 28, 20, 11:02 am
Replies: 920
Views: 113,824
Posted By jiejie

Abu Dhabi is on high alert, and two hotels on...

Abu Dhabi is on high alert, and two hotels on lockdown. I think chances are very high that with obvious symptoms of illness, she will be identified at AUH and be pulled out for isolation and...
Feb 26, 20, 11:48 am
Replies: 6,826
Views: 932,690
Posted By jiejie

IMO, for mild/asymptomatic patients who are not...

IMO, for mild/asymptomatic patients who are not of advanced age, don't have underlying conditions, and aren't living with vulnerable others: NO, there is no benefit in going to the hospital and...
Feb 24, 20, 7:24 pm
Replies: 6,826
Views: 932,690
Posted By jiejie

Yes, I think the Costa Serena was doing a...

Yes, I think the Costa Serena was doing a China-Japan-China cruise and was returning to Tianjin, most if not all would have been Chinese passengers who would have been disembarking in Tianjin anyway....
Forum: Japan
Feb 24, 20, 12:17 pm
Replies: 2,707
Views: 245,883
Posted By jiejie

CDC in USA has just added another 18 ex-Diamond...

CDC in USA has just added another 18 ex-Diamond Princess passengers testing positive, for a total of 36. That's out of 329 evacuated and quarantined = 11%. I believe they are expecting more positives...
Forum: Japan
Feb 23, 20, 10:50 pm
Replies: 2,707
Views: 245,883
Posted By jiejie

I think you will find that most cruise tickets...

I think you will find that most cruise tickets have fine print that prevents passengers from suing for pretty much anything. And that disputes are required to go through binding arbitration, not...
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