76% positive after 1 week camp--GA

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....The study, released Friday, analyzed 597 children and staff who attended the overnight camp between June 21 and June 27. At the end of the week, 76 percent of campers who were tested came back positive—despite the organizers following most state guidelines set by the governor and the CDC....

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PecuniaNonOlet
PecuniaNonOlet

Sad. I wonder how many will have heart/liver/kidney/nervous system/brain issues down the line.

KansasDog
KansasDog

I drove by a grocery store outdoor children care center today in a rather populated area. Packed with kids all over each other not 1 mask. No kidding. It's looking like we're all going to get it. I was sick as hell last january for almost 2 months off and on before I ever even heardof the crap im thinking I might have already had it I don't know. I had a bitch sisterinlaw show up about 2 months ago and came in the house and before she left was talking about how she thought her husband had as he'd been sick for a couple weeks and that it didn't matter we we're all going to get it. I was like thanks bitch.

Russell J
Russell J

An excerpt from an article on ZH. The study in Iceland is what got my attention.

A study in Switzerland, including a review of World Health Organization contact tracing, failed to find evidence of a single case of a child passing coronavirus to an adult. A comprehensive study in Iceland isolated SARS-CoV-2 samples from every positive case, sequenced the virus genome, and tracked the mutation patterns. This analysis, along with contact tracing, allowed researchers to identify definitively who passed the virus to whom. The study concluded “[E]ven if children do get infected, they are less likely to transmit the disease to others than adults. We have not found a single instance of a child infecting parents.” A study of schools in Ireland found “no evidence of secondary transmission of COVID-19 from children attending school.”


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