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Super spreader?

In June of this year we attended the Merry-Go-Round theater presentation on 42d Street in Auburn, NY. The theater seats 501 and was full! Since it was a weekday matinee, we were mostly retirees. We saw a sea of ​​white-haired people, elbow to elbow, coughing and panting from our diseases of old age. Most of us wore masks, but some bozos didn’t cover their nozos (you know who you are) or took off their masks when they thought no one was looking.

Then we laughed, clapped and yelled our appreciation for a wonderful show for over an hour. The musical played from June 30th to July 1st.

COVID-19 incubates in two to 14 days. In fact, the first super-spreader was launched on July 3rd, followed by new super-spreaders every day until mid-August. (Oh humanity!)

Oops! The last paragraph was a lie.

The missing fact? We presented all vaccination cards to the door.

The author works at Piedmont Senior Care. From December 2021 to March 2021, he was a member of the team at the Cone Health Respiratory Clinic that screened patients with a potential acute COVID illness. As the medical director of two specialist care facilities, he helped care for more than 30 active COVID cases, six of which unfortunately died.

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