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Thread: April 5, 2021

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    April 5, 2021

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    Numbers still too high for a Sunday testing! Lets hope for better numbers soon..

    The positivity rate among residents is
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    As regards the vaccination program under way in Aruba the latest information published by Aruba’s Department of Health on April 3 is that 20,844 persons have been vaccinated.
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    43% positivity rate! YIKES.
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    I am hoping that the positivity rate is high because we are getting out of colds and flu season. What I mean is people who have colds and flu may get tested for COVID. Now that there is less colds and flu less negative people are testing.






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    I am still thinking that the high positivity rate is due to reckless behaviors of Flag Day weekend AND the surge of new variants.
    The police are still arresting many people breaking curfew and attending large gatherings/parties/events.
    The virus will continue to be spread if people continue to be poorly behaved.
    I certainly hope that Easter weekend was less rule breaking than Flag Day weekend.


    Here's hoping more and more get vaccinated
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    I am hoping that the positivity rate is high because we are getting out of colds and flu season. What I mean is people who have colds and flu may get tested for COVID. Now that there is less colds and flu less negative people are testing.
    May 6 - 20, 2021 https://photos.app.goo.gl/uPe2KC3P7bqhnpMT8
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    OUCH!!!!! 43% positivity makes my head spin.
    Trip 32 begins on July 15.








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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrea J. View Post
    I am still thinking that the high positivity rate is due to reckless behaviors of Flag Day weekend AND the surge of new variants.
    The police are still arresting many people breaking curfew and attending large gatherings/parties/events.
    The virus will continue to be spread if people continue to be poorly behaved.
    I certainly hope that Easter weekend was less rule breaking than Flag Day weekend.


    Here's hoping more and more get vaccinated
    You are probably right.






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