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« Reply #15 on: April 18, 2021, 04:10:46 PM »

So should these people that you are speaking about, get treatment for Covid if they get it?

Yep. I wear a mask as required when I enter a store, I do not wear a mask when I am outside, I do not cocoon in my home and continue to live my life as I wish. If I get sick so be it, and I would expect treatment. I guess you feel I don't deserve treatment because I am not hiding in my house and avoiding contact with people. If you want to do that, you are free to exercise your right, just as I am allowed to exercise my right to continue to live not being afraid.
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« Reply #16 on: April 18, 2021, 04:34:06 PM »

I believe everyone deserves treatment as long as there following the Province Health Orders. If your like Tobias Tissen who continues to defy the Province Health Orders and rolling the dice and taking unnecessary risks that put the rest of the people in this Province and our Health Care Workers in jeopardy, then yes I believe you should be on your own when it comes to treatment.

Very few people in Manitoba are living in your so called cocoon. We function normally everyday, we just follow ALL the Province Health Rules.
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« Reply #17 on: April 18, 2021, 05:02:51 PM »

You have the same right not to wear a mask as you have to not to wear a helmet on a Motorcycle or to not wear a seat belt when you're in a car. IE: You can get a ticket for failure to comply. Actually, it's better not to wear a helmet or seat belt because that only hurts you, it doesn't hurt other people.
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« Reply #18 on: April 18, 2021, 06:22:38 PM »

Yep. I wear a mask as required when I enter a store, I do not wear a mask when I am outside, I do not cocoon in my home and continue to live my life as I wish. If I get sick so be it, and I would expect treatment. I guess you feel I don't deserve treatment because I am not hiding in my house and avoiding contact with people. If you want to do that, you are free to exercise your right, just as I am allowed to exercise my right to continue to live not being afraid.

You're rights don't include doing everything you want. Nobody said you need to live in fear or in a cocoon.

It's only been said to use common decency and judgement so as to not put others at risk.

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« Reply #19 on: April 18, 2021, 10:06:39 PM »

You're rights don't include doing everything you want. Nobody said you need to live in fear or in a cocoon.

It's only been said to use common decency and judgement so as to not put others at risk.



How is choosing to be outside, distanced from other people without a mask and doing the things like normal putting anyone else at risk? I choose to live a normal life other than when I wear a mask in a store, I take it off immediately after exiting. If you want to walk around outside, drive a car, while wearing a mask you can do it. But don't condemn the people who don't, they are not putting anyone else at risk, if you don't like that then stay clear of someone you see outside not wearing a mask. You can live in fear if you want, I don't.
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« Reply #20 on: April 19, 2021, 01:07:12 AM »

How is choosing to be outside, distanced from other people without a mask and doing the things like normal putting anyone else at risk? I choose to live a normal life other than when I wear a mask in a store, I take it off immediately after exiting. If you want to walk around outside, drive a car, while wearing a mask you can do it. But don't condemn the people who don't, they are not putting anyone else at risk, if you don't like that then stay clear of someone you see outside not wearing a mask. You can live in fear if you want, I don't.

Wow, you really have gone off the deep end. I don't remember anyone saying any of the thing you saying.

Most people remove there mask when they leave a public space. Most people do not drive around in there own vehicle with a mask on. Most people don't wear a mask outside when socially distanced from other people.

 

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« Reply #21 on: April 19, 2021, 12:43:22 PM »

How is choosing to be outside, distanced from other people without a mask and doing the things like normal putting anyone else at risk? I choose to live a normal life other than when I wear a mask in a store, I take it off immediately after exiting. If you want to walk around outside, drive a car, while wearing a mask you can do it. But don't condemn the people who don't, they are not putting anyone else at risk, if you don't like that then stay clear of someone you see outside not wearing a mask. You can live in fear if you want, I don't.

You didn't mention anything about social distancing while outside not wearing a mask. People shouldn't NEED to walk around others not wearing masks outside.

It depends on which version of not wearing masks outside you maintain. Outside is full of people walking on the sidewalk without masks. That is not acceptable.


I don't live in fear but I respect the rights of others in those situations and I wear a mask.
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« Reply #22 on: April 19, 2021, 03:26:23 PM »

You didn't mention anything about social distancing while outside not wearing a mask. People shouldn't NEED to walk around others not wearing masks outside.

It depends on which version of not wearing masks outside you maintain. Outside is full of people walking on the sidewalk without masks. That is not acceptable.


I don't live in fear but I respect the rights of others in those situations and I wear a mask.

 Perhaps you should re-read my first sentence. I specifically stated "How is choosing to be outside, DISTANCED from other people without a mask and doing the things like normal putting anyone else at risk?"
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« Reply #23 on: April 19, 2021, 03:56:32 PM »

Perhaps you should re-read my first sentence. I specifically stated "How is choosing to be outside, DISTANCED from other people without a mask and doing the things like normal putting anyone else at risk?"

Distanced from other people might only mean 6' most of the time but not all of the time. While masks may not completely protect from Covid it's a start. Being 6' away from others and sneezing or coughing ( for example ) is counter to medical advice about why masks should be worn outdoors. IF you may come in close proximity to others. OTOH if there is no chance of close proximity to others feel free to NOT wear a mask.

IE: If you're standing directly behind me at 6' distance without a mask and sneeze, speak loudly, cough etc, does that put me at greater risk? Is that your definition of distancing?  If you are outside it is nearly impossible to maintain social distance at all times unless you are in your back yard.

Perhaps you reading comprehension is the one in question. Distanced means a lot of different things to some of the people out there. There are those that feel their rights include only what they feel applies to others and not them.

There is no old normal these days.


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« Reply #24 on: April 19, 2021, 07:32:12 PM »

I think it's much easier to social distance outside then it is inside, say like Walmart.
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« Reply #25 on: April 20, 2021, 03:45:00 PM »

Distanced from other people might only mean 6' most of the time but not all of the time. While masks may not completely protect from Covid it's a start. Being 6' away from others and sneezing or coughing ( for example ) is counter to medical advice about why masks should be worn outdoors. IF you may come in close proximity to others. OTOH if there is no chance of close proximity to others feel free to NOT wear a mask.

IE: If you're standing directly behind me at 6' distance without a mask and sneeze, speak loudly, cough etc, does that put me at greater risk? Is that your definition of distancing?  If you are outside it is nearly impossible to maintain social distance at all times unless you are in your back yard.

Perhaps you reading comprehension is the one in question. Distanced means a lot of different things to some of the people out there. There are those that feel their rights include only what they feel applies to others and not them.

There is no old normal these days.




Sucks to be you, living in fear of people standing now 6' away from you but talking loudly. Good luck with that!
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« Reply #26 on: April 20, 2021, 04:17:28 PM »

Sucks to be you, living in fear of people standing now 6' away from you but talking loudly. Good luck with that!

Contrary to your opinion I am not living in fear. I am however aware of practical precautions as a senior citizen. Most medical opinions suggest social distancing and wearing masks in public even outdoors.

I don't wear a mask outdoors 100% of the time. I do have the mask ready as necessary when people or myself might come within contact of each other.

LOL. I get it, your special.  Your comments sound like those from anti vaxers.

You do realize this is an airborne spread virus. You can't have a conversation without resorting to comments like " sucks to be you " or " living in fear " says a lot about you.
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« Reply #27 on: April 20, 2021, 04:22:42 PM »

Contrary to your opinion I am not living in fear. I am however aware of practical precautions as a senior citizen. Most medical opinions suggest social distancing and wearing masks in public even outdoors.

I don't wear a mask outdoors 100% of the time. I do have the mask ready as necessary when people or myself might come within contact of each other.

LOL. I get it, your special.  Your comments sound like those from anti vaxers.

You do realize this is an airborne spread virus. You can't have a conversation without resorting to comments like " sucks to be you " or " living in fear " says a lot about you.

Best to just disengage and ignore the nonsense posting. There's nothing be gained by talking to lost causes just out to stir the pot and create drama.
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« Reply #28 on: April 20, 2021, 04:42:42 PM »

Best to just disengage and ignore the nonsense posting. There's nothing be gained by talking to lost causes just out to stir the pot and create drama.
That's exactly why I stopped a couple of days ago.
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« Reply #29 on: April 20, 2021, 08:34:00 PM »

Two weeks after Easter and the Covid cases are slowing rising in Winnipeg. Also the new variants are going up. 211 new cases in Manitoba today. 123 of those cases are in Winnipeg. TPR 6.3%
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