Some positive COVID news

jet812

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Maybe. The kid who drowned jumped in after 2 youts who fell off their tube.
I worked for a summer at Hoosier Hills marina when it was Lick Fork back in the early 90’s. Best summer of my life, that lake is awesome. A coworker & I responded to a similar situation where a man wiped out skiing & never came up. As you might imagine, his wife & two young kids were hysterical. Bad deal...
 
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I worked for a summer at Hoosier Hills marina when it was Lick Fork back in the early 90’s. Best summer of my life, that lake is awesome. A coworker & I responded to a similar situation where a man wiped out skiing & never came up. As you might imagine, his wife & two young kids were hysterical. Bad deal...
Patoka is an awesome lake. I rarely go because when I go to a lake it is to fish and there is always too much going on there to fish seriously IMO. If I were picking a weekend lake to boat and tube it would be Patoka.
 
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I worked for a summer at Hoosier Hills marina when it was Lick Fork back in the early 90’s. Best summer of my life, that lake is awesome. A coworker & I responded to a similar situation where a man wiped out skiing & never came up. As you might imagine, his wife & two young kids were hysterical. Bad deal...
Yeah, it was sickening.

Patoka's our go to for day trips. We like Nolin or Rough River for Camping.
 

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Patoka is an awesome lake. I rarely go because when I go to a lake it is to fish and there is always too much going on there to fish seriously IMO. If I were picking a weekend lake to boat and tube it would be Patoka.
Painter's Creek ramp has some good fishing in calmer water. If you haven't, check it out.
 

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On a mixed note, Fauci says that 40-45% of infections are asymptomatic, which means that spread is likely far greater than we initially thought.

Optimist: the virus is far less deadly and medically damaging than we thought

Pessimist: this explains why the virus is able to spread so rapidly in communities where there have been no obvious links and makes contact tracing impossible

 

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"University of Pittsburgh scientists discover antibody that 'neutralizes' virus that causes COVID-19"
More testing needed
WTF kind of nonsense headline is that? That would be the case for anyone who has been infected, recovered, and developed immunity as a result.
 

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