| OT Graph, citing Texas Medical Association, grades exposure risk from 1-9. What's your score?

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ADMIN: Split from another thread.

Don't count how many times. Just if you've done it once.


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For what it's worth ... no I didn't make this chart. Just wax sent to me

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IF I counted right...74.

I'm going to count again with my shoes off.
 

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Yeah, counted outloud too.

77.
 

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When I see these type of things my first thought is are these subjective gut feel numbers or based on real data. It makes a huge difference to me.
 

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So going to the beach is more risky than walking in a busy city area or sitting in a doctor's waiting room with other sick folks?
 

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This has to be subjective! At no point in the green areas do you see attending protests, and we know, according to some in the medical community as well as the omnipotent media, that attending protests is safe!
 

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Scored 49 over the last 2 weeks. Sitting in a Dr’s office right now.
 

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Going to a sports stadium is a 9. But we stayed 6 feet from everyone possible the entire time and were outside. There were only maybe 50 fans there (semi-pro game my son played in) and most sat in their car for most of the game. We never even went near the stands.

And grocery shopping is listed as a 3 while the mall is a 5. Our mall looks to be much less crowded than the WalMart, even the small Neighborhood Market, maybe even Publix. So which is worse there?
 

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My appointment time at the DMV today was three... I'm still here. Here comes another restaurant...
 

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I don't know anybody that has had it. My friends, customers, or anyone I have talked to have not had someone with it. I live on Mobile Bay. The wind blows all the time and hasn't blown it our way yet. This is just more tactics to keep the minions scared. Since there is no sports how do they know a stadium is a 9?
 

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