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Texas Governor Greg Abbott has announced that professional & college stadiums can open on-time at 50% occupancy


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4 hours ago, TCC Mean Green said:

No problem for SMUT!

Let's see  .. Ford Stadium - SMU. The stadium has a seating capacity of 32,000 

So 50% puts them at 16K, yet they will still report 23K

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3 hours ago, NorthTexasSportsNetwork said:

We will see 100% by September I bet.

I hope so, but don't be surprised to see another outbreak of the coronapocolyse after the protests and riots. I think I just saw an Okie St player just tested positive after being at a protest. 

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29 minutes ago, Travis said:

Why 50 percent. Make no sense policies gotta make no sense. 

The number was previously at 25%. There is still time for the percentage to increase, but as of right now, Texas is playing it safe with 50%.

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10 hours ago, Rudy said:

I hope so, but don't be surprised to see another outbreak of the coronapocolyse after the protests and riots. I think I just saw an Okie St player just tested positive after being at a protest. 

or after a pool party, backyard BBQ, trip to a bar, a haircut, a grocery run, or getting harassed by a cop with an inferiority complex. 

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10 hours ago, Green Crazy said:

I'm curious how they will spread out the season tickets to social distance or if they will go masks.

The masks most people are wearing don't protect the wearer.

Edited for clarity.  Most people are not wearing N95's and are buying crap off of websites.

 

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16 hours ago, Rudy said:

I hope so, but don't be surprised to see another outbreak of the coronapocolyse after the protests and riots. I think I just saw an Okie St player just tested positive after being at a protest. 

Alabama had 5 players test positive. 

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25 minutes ago, SteaminWillieBeamin said:


N95 masks DO protect the wearer AND the spread.

 

By how much?  We don’t know.

But here’s a visual:  After some grinding and sanding on my car, notice the dust particles (around 5 micrometers) on the inside of this N-95?

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1 Micron = 1,000 Nanometers.

 Covid-19 = 120 Nanometers. 

My face inside the mask was probably just as dirty as the outside of the mask but at least it stoped SOME of the dust from being breathed in.  

Either way it’s not worth walking around in one thinking it’ll stop something a thousand times smaller,..especially if your outside in the heat and wind and not in a high risk group for Covid 19. 
 

 

Rick

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4 hours ago, FirefightnRick said:

By how much?  We don’t know.

But here’s a visual:  After some grinding and sanding on my car, notice the dust particles (around 5 micrometers) on the inside of this N-95?

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890BC1B9-EBBC-4D55-ADFF-019C1D05EF89.thumb.jpeg.c132401342b8eb21ec3828f019af26cc.jpeg
 

15E40AC0-1964-4D65-97D0-18765FF1FFAB.thumb.jpeg.c779f25054eabf0541fbb69acd114e77.jpeg

1 Micron = 1,000 Nanometers.

 Covid-19 = 120 Nanometers. 

My face inside the mask was probably just as dirty as the outside of the mask but at least it stoped SOME of the dust from being breathed in.  

Either way it’s not worth walking around in one thinking it’ll stop something a thousand times smaller,..especially if your outside in the heat and wind and not in a high risk group for Covid 19. 
 

 

Rick

Nice selfie bro

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On 6/5/2020 at 1:32 PM, FirefightnRick said:

By how much?  We don’t know.

But here’s a visual:  After some grinding and sanding on my car, notice the dust particles (around 5 micrometers) on the inside of this N-95?

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890BC1B9-EBBC-4D55-ADFF-019C1D05EF89.thumb.jpeg.c132401342b8eb21ec3828f019af26cc.jpeg
 

15E40AC0-1964-4D65-97D0-18765FF1FFAB.thumb.jpeg.c779f25054eabf0541fbb69acd114e77.jpeg

1 Micron = 1,000 Nanometers.

 Covid-19 = 120 Nanometers. 

My face inside the mask was probably just as dirty as the outside of the mask but at least it stoped SOME of the dust from being breathed in.  

Either way it’s not worth walking around in one thinking it’ll stop something a thousand times smaller,..especially if your outside in the heat and wind and not in a high risk group for Covid 19. 
 

 

Rick

You probably need a FIT Test and you don't have a good enough seal. An N-95, N-100, P-95, etc. are worthless without a proper seal. 

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