Coronavirus, Covid 19 Discussion and How It Has Affected Your Daily Life Chat Thread

Ninjasquirrel

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A reminder from staff to keep things respectful, kind, and in coherence with BYC rules.

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21hens-incharge
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Thank you @21hens-incharge! We love you guys and appreciate all that you do. Lets try to get back on topic. Anyone have anything new to report? I havent watched the news this evening. DH is hogging the TV. :gig
 

bruceha2000

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Fortunately they have a lot of treatments for that now. Cancer doesnt have to be a death sentence anymore.
Yes but.

My college roommate died in June from a fast acting cancer. He was 65.5 years old and otherwise quite healthy.

On the other hand DW's eldest aunt beat breast cancer 50 years ago. She died at 96 sixteen years ago.

Covid affected many things such as, using public restrooms more than ever before! :barnie
Sure true! At least they've opened the rest areas on the interstates here again so no more porta potties ..... but they are only open until 7 PM so you BETTER not have to go after that.
 

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