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RE: COVID-19
(02-20-2021 12:14 PM)mrjoolius Wrote:  After seeing on my local news about issues the University of MD is having with Covid, I decided to revisit the W&M Covid dashboard. I haven't been there in a while, and for the most part, we seem to be handling it fairly well. [Image: 00f74492384fcb3dc435fd70ce3247a1.jpg]
On the other hand...


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02-20-2021 01:12 PM
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RE: COVID-19
(02-18-2021 07:11 AM)Tribe32 Wrote:  
(02-17-2021 10:36 PM)jmu98 Wrote:  
(02-17-2021 05:05 PM)Tribe32 Wrote:  Drexel plays JMU twice. I'd say they have a better chance to lose both than win both. We should be no worse than 1-3 in our last four games which gets us to 5-7. Drexel would be 4-6 if they split. I don't see us come in any worse than 6.

Only one JMU Drexel game as we played the first a few weeks ago. Single game on the 28th in H'burg.

Thanks for the update. Drexel and the CAA schedule show two games, JMUs shows one.

CAA website now shows only game on 2/27
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02-21-2021 12:03 PM
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RE: COVID-19
Found a timeline for vaccinations in Connecticut. Im sure the rest of the country will be close to these

March 1, 2021: Expands to age group 55–64
March 22, 2021: Expands to age group 45–54
April 12, 2021: Expands to age group 35–44
May 3, 2021: Expands to age group 16–34
02-23-2021 04:19 PM
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(02-23-2021 04:19 PM)nogretheogre Wrote:  Found a timeline for vaccinations in Connecticut. Im sure the rest of the country will be close to these

March 1, 2021: Expands to age group 55–64
March 22, 2021: Expands to age group 45–54
April 12, 2021: Expands to age group 35–44
May 3, 2021: Expands to age group 16–34

That feels rather optimistic to me. It's taken this long to do 65+ and 55-64 can be done in 3 weeks?
02-23-2021 04:42 PM
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Took a long time for each state to read the instructions and then to find the "on" button. The machine is humming now.
02-23-2021 05:10 PM
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(02-23-2021 04:19 PM)nogretheogre Wrote:  Found a timeline for vaccinations in Connecticut. Im sure the rest of the country will be close to these

March 1, 2021: Expands to age group 55–64
March 22, 2021: Expands to age group 45–54
April 12, 2021: Expands to age group 35–44
May 3, 2021: Expands to age group 16–34

That would be great. I would be very surprised if it is that fast. However, my guess is that it becomes possible if the Johnson and Johnson vaccine is approved for widespread use. That vaccine is a one shot deal and apparently does not require the same level of transport and cold storage that both of the 2 shot current ones require. It also makes sense to me that the older population would get the current ones since they appear somewhat more effective.

The number of doses administered has greatly increased in the last month at least here in Virginia. But, a long way to go. Lots of people working a lot of hours to try and get shots administered. I've basically given up on any normalcy for students this semester, but really hoping things can be normal in August for the ones returning from 5 yrs old through college.
02-23-2021 05:13 PM
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The younger the target crowd, the more likely they can navigate the online signups, too. This was one of the problems that was mentioned in relation to the initial delays.
02-23-2021 05:39 PM
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RE: COVID-19
CVS Stores on the Peninsula Have Openings for Covid Vaccinations

https://www.cvs.com/immunizations/covid-19-vaccine

As of 5:15 PM today, the Hampton and NNews stores have many openings for
Sunday PM. Wmsburg (7900 Richmond Road) is full for Sunday, but has had available times in the past day or two. I understand there are virtual lines you can register for.

Things are looking up! Good luck!
02-26-2021 05:22 PM
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(02-26-2021 05:22 PM)heferbovine Wrote:  CVS Stores on the Peninsula Have Openings for Covid Vaccinations

https://www.cvs.com/immunizations/covid-19-vaccine

As of 5:15 PM today, the Hampton and NNews stores have many openings for
Sunday PM. Wmsburg (7900 Richmond Road) is full for Sunday, but has had available times in the past day or two. I understand there are virtual lines you can register for.

Things are looking up! Good luck!


https://www.forbes.com/sites/richardvedd...db4ac8477c

Linked article in Forbes has one author confessing some of his predictions about impact of Covid on college finances/athletics were off track.
No community college enrollment boost
No big reversal in administrative bloat
No major rethinking of collegiate athletics

At time of his writing, any adjustments so far have related to elimination of Olympic sports, not permanent downsizing of football/basketball expenses.
03-02-2021 07:58 AM
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