So it’s clear the coaches don’t care about their masks or social distancing. When we picked my brother up (had a doctors appointment afterwards) about 40 guys where just on top of each other and all 8 coaches had their masks off just talking. I am concerned for the health of my brother what should I do? Football means the world to him and my father recently passed. My dad was good at football and spent hours teaching my brother how to play. He is so dedicated that when my mom said she wouldn’t drive him he walked the 6 miles to practice...... he won’t quit.
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外围体育投注If this is what he is saying:
What is the fallacy in this logic? Could this theoretically be true?
外围体育投注What evidence could I access to validate/refute the argument?
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外围体育投注The current sanitary recommendations usually include wearing masks, frequent hand washing, and sneezing into ones elbow.
I don’t think I’m doing the sneezing right. I find myself unable to effectively block a sneeze that way. Whatever is in there will just spray out and we’ll beyond my arm.
I always found it most effective, in absence of a tissue, to block both nostrils and simultaneously cover my mouth with my hand.
What am I missing?
I understand the reasoning for keeping schools closed, and my daughter’s school district has already announced they will be doing online only for the Fall. We are in a pandemic, I get it. However, my husband and I both work, and she needs to be in school so we can be at work. Instead, we are paying over $1000 a month to have her in a classroom setting at the YMCA. We can’t afford to go down to one income. I know many families are in the same boat. Why do we have to pay all this money to have her in the same unsafe situation that she would be in in school? How is a group of kids being in a classroom at the YMCA better than the same group of kids being in school?