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Keyser Soze

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  1. I think the PLCB requires seating.
  2. I think you are in the group that the CDC advises not to leave your home because of the added risk to your overall health and age from getting the virus.
  3. I can guarantee that none of the restaurants employees will be able to follow the CDC guidelines of wearing face-mask. All will touch their mask and not wash their hands at some point.
  4. "Masks may give people a false sense of security," said Simon Clarke, an associate professor of cellular microbiology at the University of Reading. Advocating mask usage, embolden people who are reluctant to adhere to social distancing measures.
  5. You can still get sick even if you wear a mask. Masks are far from fool proof. The mask will not save you. It is just a small part of the prevention of COVID.
  6. It is time to clean up downtown Clearfield. Call in the chopper.
  7. The signs are to make everyone feel good. Most mask wearers screw up and defeat the purpose of the mask. I was just as safe during the non mask era as I am now.
  8. DuBOIS – Prep Baseball Report (PBR), a nationally-renowned independent scouting service for amateur baseball players, selected DuBois to host the Northeast Region of the 2020 PBR Future Games at Showers Field and Stern Family Field starting Sunday, Aug. 2 through Tuesday, Aug. 4, according to city Manager John “Herm” Suplizio. The Future Games is the most highly scouted event by college coaches of the entire summer, according to PBR. Eight states are expected to bring teams of invited players from the Mid-Atlantic and New England regions from Connecticut, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and one “select team” made up of players from any of those states invited by PBR to participate. http://www.thecourierexpress.com/news/dubois-to-host-northeast-region-in-national-2020-pbr-future-games/article_d522dc27-c5c4-5947-96c3-d363ecfae23d.html
  9. I am sure the employees working the grill/stove areas are wearing their mask.
  10. Dr. Jeffrey Klauser, adjunct professor of epidemiology at UCLA, looked at publicly available case incidence data for the week ending May 30 in the 100 largest U.S. counties as states began to reopen. “The thing we are looking for is to start a discussion of risk,” Bhatia said. “We’re bombarded with data on death and cases.” The study found a person in a typical medium to large U.S. county who has a single random contact with another person has, on average, a 1 in 3,836 chance of being infected without social distancing, hand-washing or mask-wearing. If that sounds like a tolerable risk, consider the odds of being hospitalized. The study found a 50-to-64-year-old person who has a single random contact has, on average, a 1 in 852,000 chance of being hospitalized or a 1 in 19.1 million chance of dying based on rates as of the last week of May. “We were surprised how low the relative risk was,” Klausner said. https://www.mercurynews.com/2020/06/22/whats-your-risk-from-coronavirus-new-study-suggests-lower-than-we-perceive/ If you are white(age 60 or below) then your chance of dying of COVID-19 jumps to 1 in 25 million
  11. You are 100% right. This 25% cash flow for all sitdown restaurants will not even support their fixed cost. Survivors will be chain restaurants with extensive delivery or drive through capabilities. Chipotle, Panera and others are already buying prime locations from independent restaurants that have closed.
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