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Re: Coronavirus - COVID-19 - 11313 cases, 174 deaths, 2596 active, 8633 recovered in T&T

Postby Redress10 » May 4th, 2021, 10:42 am

MG Man wrote:I expect to die from this. Never regained full lung capacity form pneumonia some years ago, so even regular virus sometimes frigs me up pretty bad


You can avoid this. Don'tet anyone tell you otherwise. As long as you take all necessary precautions you will be fine. This virus requires close contact to transmit. Just take extra precautions to the point of paranoia and you will be good.

If you need to wear two masks and face shield then do that etc. Create a bubble around yaself as well. You screen who could come and see ya. You protect yaself pardner.

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Postby 2WNBoost » May 4th, 2021, 10:50 am

^^ Don’t be afraid to be the only person in your circle who is sanitising and trying to protect yourself.
Make your safety your focus.

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Postby aaron17 » May 4th, 2021, 10:59 am

Are they planning to increase capacity or anything in adavance due to the projected overflow of the parallel system within the 10 days?

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Postby MG Man » May 4th, 2021, 11:06 am

Redress10 wrote:
MG Man wrote:I expect to die from this. Never regained full lung capacity form pneumonia some years ago, so even regular virus sometimes frigs me up pretty bad


You can avoid this. Don'tet anyone tell you otherwise. As long as you take all necessary precautions you will be fine. This virus requires close contact to transmit. Just take extra precautions to the point of paranoia and you will be good.

If you need to wear two masks and face shield then do that etc. Create a bubble around yaself as well. You screen who could come and see ya. You protect yaself pardner.


yeah I take every precaution, but ya never know

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Re: Coronavirus - COVID-19 - 11313 cases, 174 deaths, 2596 active, 8633 recovered in T&T

Postby j.o.e » May 4th, 2021, 11:17 am

MG Man wrote:
Redress10 wrote:
MG Man wrote:I expect to die from this. Never regained full lung capacity form pneumonia some years ago, so even regular virus sometimes frigs me up pretty bad


You can avoid this. Don'tet anyone tell you otherwise. As long as you take all necessary precautions you will be fine. This virus requires close contact to transmit. Just take extra precautions to the point of paranoia and you will be good.

If you need to wear two masks and face shield then do that etc. Create a bubble around yaself as well. You screen who could come and see ya. You protect yaself pardner.


yeah I take every precaution, but ya never know


Have you been vaccinated? If not you should work on that….. show up at a mass vaccination site and explain your situation if they don’t think you meet the criteria.

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Postby ST Auto » May 4th, 2021, 11:22 am

Vaccine appointment today at 1pm

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Postby widdyphuck » May 4th, 2021, 11:24 am

ST Auto wrote:Vaccine appointment today at 1pm
Wouldn't take that if I were you.

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Postby ST Auto » May 4th, 2021, 11:39 am

Why not?

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Postby adnj » May 4th, 2021, 11:41 am

wtf wrote:
ST Auto wrote:Vaccine appointment today at 1pm
Wouldn't take that if I were you.
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Postby Strugglerzinc » May 4th, 2021, 11:43 am

aaron17 wrote:Are they planning to increase capacity or anything in adavance due to the projected overflow of the parallel system within the 10 days?


They had at least 6 months prior to now to improve the parallel system, you expect increased capacity in 10 days?

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Postby aaron17 » May 4th, 2021, 11:54 am

Strugglerzinc wrote:
aaron17 wrote:Are they planning to increase capacity or anything in adavance due to the projected overflow of the parallel system within the 10 days?


They had at least 6 months prior to now to improve the parallel system, you expect increased capacity in 10 days?
Yes?

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Postby pugboy » May 4th, 2021, 11:54 am

antivaxxersndoes make sure their puppies get shots ?

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Postby R-H-D » May 4th, 2021, 11:58 am

Essential Services Listing
We have been inundated with info, here is a list of what is considered essential at this time.

The updated Public Health Regulations (12) has been published. It will be in effect until May 23rd

I know there is some confusion about who qualifies as “essential” services and retail. Here is the full list allowed to operate as per Regulation 4(7).

“(a) supermarkets, groceries, markets, greengrocers, retail
membership discount stores, bakeries, poultry depots, fish
stalls or shops, fruit stalls or shops, vegetable stalls or shops,
“parlours” and “corner shops”, provided that not more than
fifty per cent of the establishment’s ordinary retail capacity is
surpassed at any time during operating hours;
(b) banks, financial institutions, non-banks, remittance facilities,
Unit Trust Corporation, National Insurance Board, National
Lotteries Control Board and its agents, credit unions,
insurance companies and services, brokers and capital market
companies and retail services in the processing and
maintenance of systems for processing of financial and
insurance transactions and services (e.g. information
technology, payment, clearing and settlement, wholesale
funding, insurance services and capital markets activities)
and the provision of support for financial operations, such as
services about staffing, transactions, data, technology
and security operations centres;
(c) retailers for newspapers and media houses;
(d) hardware stores including plumbing establishments and
retail electrical stores and electrical establishments in
support of the generation, transmission and distribution of
electric power;
(e) establishments that service appliances and electronics;
(f) petroleum stations and convenience marts attached thereto;
(g) establishments that support retail, sale and services of:
(i) refrigeration systems and products;
(ii) the aviation and maritime sector including aircraft,
marine vessels and the equipment and infrastructure
that enables operations that encompass the movement of
cargo and passengers;
(iii) retailers that support air transportation, air traffic
controllers, ramp personnel, aviation security and
aviation management;
(iv) the maintenance and operation of cargo by air
transportation, including flight crews, maintenance,
airport operations and other on- and off-airport
facilities workers;
(v) the repair of ships and the storage and delivery of
goods at, or from, ports, docks, wharves, storage
facilities and warehouses operated in connection with
ports, docks or wharves;
(vi) the public transportation by water-taxi, ferry, motor
vehicle, bus, including buses operated by the Public
Transport Services Corporation;
(vii) automobiles including repair and maintenance
facilities;
(viii) the management of hazardous and waste materials;
(ix) packaging and bottling of items;
(x) postal and shipping services;
(xi) food processing facilities;
(xii) livestock, poultry, seafood slaughter facilities at pet
and animal feed processing facilities;
(xiii) human food facilities producing by-products for
animal food and beverage production facilities;
(xiv) animal and fish food, feed and ingredient production,
packaging and distribution, manufacturing,
packaging and distribution of veterinary drugs;
(xv) of veterinary health, manufacturing and distribution
of animal medical materials, animal vaccines, animal
drugs, feed ingredients, feed and bedding, etc.,
transportation of live animals, animal medical
materials, transportation of deceased animals for
disposal, raising of animals for food, animal
production operations, slaughter and packing plants
and associated regulatory and government workforce;
(xvi) in support of construction relating to agricultural and
food production including land preparation and any
activity related to agriculture and/or food production;
(h) retail health services such as–
(i) public and private hospitals, laboratories, infirmaries,
nursing homes and hospices, funeral homes,
crematoria and burial grounds;
(ii) pharmacies and hospitals;
(iii) the provision of medical supplies to pharmacies and
hospitals including sanitary and hygiene products;
(iv) the provision of dental, optometric, ophthalmologic,
physical therapy and occupational therapy;
(i) retail energy services such as–
(i) IT and OT technology for EMS (Energy Management
Systems) and Supervisory Control and Data
Acquisition (SCADA) systems and utility data
centres;
(ii) Cybersecurity, cybersecurity risk management and
back-up data technology;
(iii) vegetation and traffic management; and
(iv) environmental remediation/monitoring, instrumen-
tation, protection and control;
(j) establishments that support retail, sale and services in the
petroleum industries such as–
(i) petroleum stations and convenience marts attached
thereto;
(ii) petroleum product storage, pipeline, marine
transport, terminals, road transport;
(iii) crude oil storage facilities, pipeline and marine
transport;
(iv) petroleum refinery facilities;
(v) petroleum security operations centres and support
emergency response services;
(vi) petroleum operations control rooms or centres;
(vii) petroleum drilling, extraction, production, processing,
refining, terminal operations, transporting and retail
for use as end-use fuels or feedstocks for chemical
manufacturing;
(viii) companies that provide services to oil and gas
services; and
(ix) onshore and offshore operations for maintenance and
emergency response;
(k) establishments that support retail, sale and services in the
natural gas, propane and petrochemical industries such as–
(i) natural gas transmission and distribution pipelines,
including compressor stations;
(ii) underground storage of natural gas;
(iii) natural gas processing plants and those that deal
with natural gas liquids;
(iv) Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) facilities;
(v) natural gas security operations centres, natural gas
operations dispatch and control rooms or centres and
natural gas emergency response and customer
emergencies, including natural gas leak calls;
(vi) drilling, production, processing, refining and
transporting natural gas for use as end-use fuels,
feedstocks for chemical manufacturing,
petrochemical products or use in electricity
generation;
(vii) propane gas dispatch and control rooms and
emergency response and customer emergencies,
including propane leak calls;
(viii) propane gas service maintenance and restoration,
including call centres;
(ix) processing, refining and transporting natural liquids,
including propane gas, for use as end-use fuels or
feedstocks for chemical manufacturing; and
(x) propane gas storage, transmission and distribution
centres;
(l) establishments that support retail, sale and services in the
chemical services sector such as–
(i) chemical and industrial gas supply chains, chemical
manufacturing plants, laboratories and distribution
facilities;
(ii) tank truck cleaning facilities; and
(iii) the production of protective cleaning and medical solutions, personal protective equipment and packaging that prevents the contamination of food, water, medicine and other products;
(m) establishments that support retail, sale and services in the production and transportation of chlorine and alkali
manufacturing, single-use plastics and packaging that prevents the contamination or supports the continued manufacture of food, water, medicine and other essential products, including glass container manufacturing;
(n)establishments that support retail, sale and services in the construction sector;
(o) establishments that support services in the information, communication and technology sectors;
(p) establishments that support retail, sale and services in water and sewage;
(q) establishments that support retail, sale and services in fire and safety supplies

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Postby adnj » May 4th, 2021, 12:00 pm

wtf wrote:
ST Auto wrote:Vaccine appointment today at 1pm
Wouldn't take that if I were you.
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Postby 2WNBoost » May 4th, 2021, 1:05 pm

Darwin Awards to be distributed soon enough.

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Postby 2WNBoost » May 4th, 2021, 1:07 pm

Smallpox is a non issue because of…

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Re: Coronavirus - COVID-19 - 11313 cases, 174 deaths, 2596 active, 8633 recovered in T&T

Postby solarkh » May 4th, 2021, 1:28 pm

R-H-D wrote:Essential Services Listing
We have been inundated with info, here is a list of what is considered essential at this time.

The updated Public Health Regulations (12) has been published. It will be in effect until May 23rd

I know there is some confusion about who qualifies as “essential” services and retail. Here is the full list allowed to operate as per Regulation 4(7).

“(a) supermarkets, groceries, markets, greengrocers, retail
membership discount stores, bakeries, poultry depots, fish
stalls or shops, fruit stalls or shops, vegetable stalls or shops,
“parlours” and “corner shops”, provided that not more than
fifty per cent of the establishment’s ordinary retail capacity is
surpassed at any time during operating hours;
(b) banks, financial institutions, non-banks, remittance facilities,
Unit Trust Corporation, National Insurance Board, National
Lotteries Control Board and its agents, credit unions,
insurance companies and services, brokers and capital market
companies and retail services in the processing and
maintenance of systems for processing of financial and
insurance transactions and services (e.g. information
technology, payment, clearing and settlement, wholesale
funding, insurance services and capital markets activities)
and the provision of support for financial operations, such as
services about staffing, transactions, data, technology
and security operations centres;
(c) retailers for newspapers and media houses;
(d) hardware stores including plumbing establishments and
retail electrical stores and electrical establishments in
support of the generation, transmission and distribution of
electric power;
(e) establishments that service appliances and electronics;
(f) petroleum stations and convenience marts attached thereto;
(g) establishments that support retail, sale and services of:
(i) refrigeration systems and products;
(ii) the aviation and maritime sector including aircraft,
marine vessels and the equipment and infrastructure
that enables operations that encompass the movement of
cargo and passengers;
(iii) retailers that support air transportation, air traffic
controllers, ramp personnel, aviation security and
aviation management;
(iv) the maintenance and operation of cargo by air
transportation, including flight crews, maintenance,
airport operations and other on- and off-airport
facilities workers;
(v) the repair of ships and the storage and delivery of
goods at, or from, ports, docks, wharves, storage
facilities and warehouses operated in connection with
ports, docks or wharves;
(vi) the public transportation by water-taxi, ferry, motor
vehicle, bus, including buses operated by the Public
Transport Services Corporation;
(vii) automobiles including repair and maintenance
facilities;
(viii) the management of hazardous and waste materials;
(ix) packaging and bottling of items;
(x) postal and shipping services;
(xi) food processing facilities;
(xii) livestock, poultry, seafood slaughter facilities at pet
and animal feed processing facilities;
(xiii) human food facilities producing by-products for
animal food and beverage production facilities;
(xiv) animal and fish food, feed and ingredient production,
packaging and distribution, manufacturing,
packaging and distribution of veterinary drugs;
(xv) of veterinary health, manufacturing and distribution
of animal medical materials, animal vaccines, animal
drugs, feed ingredients, feed and bedding, etc.,
transportation of live animals, animal medical
materials, transportation of deceased animals for
disposal, raising of animals for food, animal
production operations, slaughter and packing plants
and associated regulatory and government workforce;
(xvi) in support of construction relating to agricultural and
food production including land preparation and any
activity related to agriculture and/or food production;
(h) retail health services such as–
(i) public and private hospitals, laboratories, infirmaries,
nursing homes and hospices, funeral homes,
crematoria and burial grounds;
(ii) pharmacies and hospitals;
(iii) the provision of medical supplies to pharmacies and
hospitals including sanitary and hygiene products;
(iv) the provision of dental, optometric, ophthalmologic,
physical therapy and occupational therapy;
(i) retail energy services such as–
(i) IT and OT technology for EMS (Energy Management
Systems) and Supervisory Control and Data
Acquisition (SCADA) systems and utility data
centres;
(ii) Cybersecurity, cybersecurity risk management and
back-up data technology;
(iii) vegetation and traffic management; and
(iv) environmental remediation/monitoring, instrumen-
tation, protection and control;
(j) establishments that support retail, sale and services in the
petroleum industries such as–
(i) petroleum stations and convenience marts attached
thereto;
(ii) petroleum product storage, pipeline, marine
transport, terminals, road transport;
(iii) crude oil storage facilities, pipeline and marine
transport;
(iv) petroleum refinery facilities;
(v) petroleum security operations centres and support
emergency response services;
(vi) petroleum operations control rooms or centres;
(vii) petroleum drilling, extraction, production, processing,
refining, terminal operations, transporting and retail
for use as end-use fuels or feedstocks for chemical
manufacturing;
(viii) companies that provide services to oil and gas
services; and
(ix) onshore and offshore operations for maintenance and
emergency response;
(k) establishments that support retail, sale and services in the
natural gas, propane and petrochemical industries such as–
(i) natural gas transmission and distribution pipelines,
including compressor stations;
(ii) underground storage of natural gas;
(iii) natural gas processing plants and those that deal
with natural gas liquids;
(iv) Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) facilities;
(v) natural gas security operations centres, natural gas
operations dispatch and control rooms or centres and
natural gas emergency response and customer
emergencies, including natural gas leak calls;
(vi) drilling, production, processing, refining and
transporting natural gas for use as end-use fuels,
feedstocks for chemical manufacturing,
petrochemical products or use in electricity
generation;
(vii) propane gas dispatch and control rooms and
emergency response and customer emergencies,
including propane leak calls;
(viii) propane gas service maintenance and restoration,
including call centres;
(ix) processing, refining and transporting natural liquids,
including propane gas, for use as end-use fuels or
feedstocks for chemical manufacturing; and
(x) propane gas storage, transmission and distribution
centres;
(l) establishments that support retail, sale and services in the
chemical services sector such as–
(i) chemical and industrial gas supply chains, chemical
manufacturing plants, laboratories and distribution
facilities;
(ii) tank truck cleaning facilities; and
(iii) the production of protective cleaning and medical solutions, personal protective equipment and packaging that prevents the contamination of food, water, medicine and other products;
(m) establishments that support retail, sale and services in the production and transportation of chlorine and alkali
manufacturing, single-use plastics and packaging that prevents the contamination or supports the continued manufacture of food, water, medicine and other essential products, including glass container manufacturing;
(n)establishments that support retail, sale and services in the construction sector;
(o) establishments that support services in the information, communication and technology sectors;
(p) establishments that support retail, sale and services in water and sewage;
(q) establishments that support retail, sale and services in fire and safety supplies

Construction?

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Postby bluefete » May 4th, 2021, 2:12 pm

So GAMBLING is now an essential service??

Okay Uncle Keithos. Carry on!

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Postby K74T » May 4th, 2021, 2:13 pm

You do know that you could pay bills and get phone cards by NLCB booths right? So yes NLCB is essential. Dbu.

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Postby nemisis » May 4th, 2021, 2:13 pm

Didn't they clearly state casinos closed? What you Talking about?

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Postby bluefete » May 4th, 2021, 2:15 pm

K74T wrote:You do know that you could pay bills and get phone cards by NLCB booths right? So yes NLCB is essential. Dbu.

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As a %-age of total revenue, I am sure those sales FAAAAAARRRRRRR exceed Play Whe, Lotto, Online Games that draw every 3 minutes and so on

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Postby K74T » May 4th, 2021, 2:17 pm

Yuh pressure going up. Relax.

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Postby bluefete » May 4th, 2021, 2:18 pm

K74T wrote:Yuh pressure going up. Relax.


:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Postby redmanjp » May 4th, 2021, 2:36 pm

Strugglerzinc wrote:
aaron17 wrote:Are they planning to increase capacity or anything in adavance due to the projected overflow of the parallel system within the 10 days?


They had at least 6 months prior to now to improve the parallel system, you expect increased capacity in 10 days?


they already added on arima. and beds starting filling already, 10 the first night

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Postby redmanjp » May 4th, 2021, 2:38 pm

K74T wrote:You do know that you could pay bills and get phone cards by NLCB booths right? So yes NLCB is essential. Dbu.


regs should ban the games and just allow these things then. no one should be lining up/congregating to play lotto play whe now

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Postby redmanjp » May 4th, 2021, 2:41 pm

j.o.e wrote:
MG Man wrote:
Redress10 wrote:
MG Man wrote:I expect to die from this. Never regained full lung capacity form pneumonia some years ago, so even regular virus sometimes frigs me up pretty bad


You can avoid this. Don'tet anyone tell you otherwise. As long as you take all necessary precautions you will be fine. This virus requires close contact to transmit. Just take extra precautions to the point of paranoia and you will be good.

If you need to wear two masks and face shield then do that etc. Create a bubble around yaself as well. You screen who could come and see ya. You protect yaself pardner.


yeah I take every precaution, but ya never know


Have you been vaccinated? If not you should work on that….. show up at a mass vaccination site and explain your situation if they don’t think you meet the criteria.


any adult of any age with NCDs now qualify but u have to walk with some proof from a doctor

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Postby widdyphuck » May 4th, 2021, 2:41 pm

People still have money to play these things..

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Postby A172 » May 4th, 2021, 2:45 pm

A172 wrote:just got the legal notice

car dealerships & service centres can open
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one correction here; parts places cannot open

only car sales, service & repairs

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Postby redmanjp » May 4th, 2021, 2:47 pm

^ u sure about dealerships? because that was banned last time only service centers was allowed

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Postby ST Auto » May 4th, 2021, 2:52 pm

Gt. Got the jab.

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