In other COVID news

I was just contacted by a contact tracer from the health department in the county where I work, because I was exposed to COVID through my in laws. My employer reported me because I told them about the exposure. They informed me that I am under quarantine for fourteen days from the date of exposure. Without too many details:

My in laws, as well as my wife and I, live in one Florida county. My wife works for a school in the same county. I work in the neighboring county directly to the north. My wife was told she could return to work after ten days, which meant she returned to work yesterday.

So I live in South county with my wife, who also works in south county. I work in North county. My wife and I were both exposed on the same day, but I am quarantined for four days longer than she is, because why?

Who knows?

One reply on “In other COVID news”

The mainstream says you can’t compare numbers from neighboring counties. You especially can’t compare numbers from neighboring states which had similar case count curves but different mask/lockdown legislation, suggesting mask/lockdown had little effect.

Masks are a fraud. Did you see the study from the year 1981 where they stopped wearing masks in an *operating room*, and infection rates didn’t go up? If you want a mask that actually seals against your face, the minimum effort is one of the rubber ones with cartridges used for paint and solvents.

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