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Old 01-03-2021, 02:26 PM
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Whats the time for a covid exposure possibility (crowds there) to show up? Is one week enought to be safe or is it two weeks?
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10 days
Old 01-03-2021, 02:34 PM
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Depends on what they brought back for me.
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Originally Posted by Grumpy1 View Post
Depends on what they brought back for me.
hopefully if a case of corona is the liquid drinking kind...
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Given the judgement they showed in going I would suggest a very long time.
Old 01-03-2021, 02:41 PM
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Yeah, never see them again. Such treachery.
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Maybe they will be avoiding you. The rate here in SC ain't great right now either.According to Fauci you need to avoid everyone forever!

7 - 10 days
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I would give then 14 days from you, that way there vacation isn't ruined.
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Depends. Let’s see the pics of the wife!
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Unless your living in a damn bubble do not avoid them, hell you can have it and show no signs.
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If THT is your go to medical advice about COVD then you should probably have them over for a QUE as soon as possible.
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My wife just flew in from England last night, I let her ride in the front seat since she just had a negative test.

You probably can't get Covid at Disney,I hear they are really strict about wearing 😷.
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Disney is really strict with masks. They take your temp upon entering. The lines are very spread out. I went three times last year and am Covid free
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I always avoid people that go to Disney, especially these one's with bumper stickers.
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We were at Disney the week after Thanksgiving. Mask compliance was essentially 100% and temp screenings were required for entry. Felt much safer there than we did at a quick trip into our local Dollar Tree this afternoon.
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Originally Posted by txj33p View Post
Given the judgement they showed in going I would suggest a very long time.
If masks prevent the spread of covid why not? Don't be a karen.
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Originally Posted by txj33p View Post
Given the judgement they showed in going I would suggest a very long time.
OK Karen.

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Disney is 50x safer than the local grocery store. Lines spaced out. Everyone using hand sanitizer. People cleaning and wiping the line ropes very frequently. I did not feel at risk at any time.
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Eh idk... we did the Disney thing. Masks upon entry temp probe. Then masks off. 0 fkx given about proximity to others. I'm just saying.. kids touching everything etc. I mean we still go to the park and Disney... it's all a fkn risk. I hoped others keelpt masks on like these pics show, but wasn't our experience. Mask free once you got in. Guess regulations change all the time, on to the next. Hope everyone is healthy and that you get to see them and enjoy!

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