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There's going to be a lot of happy Canadians heading south this winter again according to the latest news released a good half hour or so ago.

US to open Land Borders between Canada and Mexico to double vaccinated folks. More info to follow on Wednesday, so be interesting to see what testing or restrictions get placed on travellers.

Wondering what the travel insurance costs for snowbirds and the amount of coverage if adequate will be moving forwards.

Here's to a warmer winter this year for many.

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I'm not sure I want to go south just yet.

As of yesterday:

84,154 new cases
1,480 new deaths

9,695,610 active cases.


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pianotuna wrote:

I'm not sure I want to go south just yet.

As of yesterday:

84,154 new cases
1,480 new deaths

9,695,610 active cases.

That is certainly YOUR choice. Me, I refuse to live in fear of a virus that kills less than 2% of those it infects.

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Fantastic!!


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That is certainly YOUR choice. Me, I refuse to live in fear of a virus that kills less than 2% of those it infects.


You are so right!! This is Fantastic news!! And yes, Safe to the Vaccinated.

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Herewegojoe, As per The NY Times, NO TESTING requirements. Just proof you have been double vaccinated. A whole new world is opening up for the vaccinated!!

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jdb7566 wrote:

pianotuna wrote:

I'm not sure I want to go south just yet.

As of yesterday:

84,154 new cases
1,480 new deaths

9,695,610 active cases.

That is certainly YOUR choice. Me, I refuse to live in fear of a virus that kills less than 2% of those it infects.


Do you wear a seatbelt when you’re in a vehicle?

Statistics say about 36,000 people die per year in car accidents in the US.

In the past year about 720,000 people died of COVID.

That’s about TWENTY years worth of car accidents deaths in just ONE year.

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9,700,690 active cases; 99,775 new cases; 1,819 deaths.

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An' the Covids'll git you
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But vaccines and masks work, so no worries.

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pianotuna wrote:

9,700,690 active cases; 99,775 new cases; 1,819 deaths.



1819 deaths....of or with? The odds are better of hitting the lottery than dying.

9,700,690 active cases and 1819 deaths? 0.018752577319588% ? Your numbers.

Stay home, tape up all your windows and doors, wrap your head in cheesecloth, paint your walls with Lysol.


Glad it's open though. Now we can have our usual winter here of jammed up traffic, waiting in line at restaurants, and crowded state park campgrounds where everyone goes to bed at 5:30 PM.


I went.

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