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bgum

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Posted: 04/12/20 05:34pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

How many people in your household who camp would be considered high risk for covid 19? Those 65 or older or those with health issues at any age or those with both.

My household 2 and both high risk

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Both of us. But I have medical issues as well as the age thing.

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Both over 65. DW with additional issues.


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Posted: 04/12/20 05:56pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Both of us due to age AND Medical reasons

She has asthma & COPD
I have just spent 25 days in hospital due to colon/bladder surgery & complications from it. Section of Large intestines removed/sutured back together. Small intestines looped into stoma with bag bypassing large so they can mend/fully heal
Suppose to be tempory but have NO desire to go back into hospital for reversal surgery until???????


Is it time for your medication or mine?


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Posted: 04/12/20 05:57pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Well I’m 66, had quad bypass 20+ years ago, have many other issues, and DW is in worse shape than me. We have and will not change our plans.

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Both of us... not because of age,( young at 55 ) but medical
Her - cancer
Me -Heart issues, asthma , Low lung volumes , Immune deficiency, Low sub class deficiency

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Just me (alone) 76 and diabetic. But, will be back out on the road when things settle down and open up. Staying cautious for now, doing the best I can for myself.

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Both of us in our 70’s but pretty good health. No chronic issues.

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ME-62 W. chronic leukemia, so immune system is questionable at best.
Her-62 high BP, otherwise Ok.
Due to my immune issues we have always been practicing social distancing & lots of hand sanitizer so aside from staying home, not a lot of differences here.

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Posted: 04/12/20 08:38pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I'm over 70. But I also consider RV travel to be the safest kind. If you eat in and don't use public restrooms you shouldn't be in any more danger than those who stay at home. I'm planning to take off next month, the Lord willing.


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