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Author Topic: U.S.A. Politics Thread | CA allows Asymptomatic covid positive medical personel to return to work.  (Read 104318 times)

even tony picks better news topics than you

even tony picks better news topics than you
News has been super slow lately.

I mean I could have talked about the Antifa guy who brought a Pipebomb to that Rally or whatever, Or
I guess I could've harped on about Ghislane Maxwell. But this one just felt like it would've been more relevant and important.

I know that first one sounds more important, but its kinda same-old news at this point. It was shocking back when the Antifa dude shot a Annoying Orange
supporter out in the middle of the street. But "Antifa caught with Pipebomb" isn't really news after months and months of riots.

Also Ghislane Maxwell's trial is old news.

News has been super slow lately.
CA just proposed to allow medical faculty that tested positive for covid to still treat patients if theyre asymptomatic.
First successful pig to human heart transplant happened.

Chinas next phase of their crypto ban supposedly went into place, along with 8 other countries following suite.

A couple shootings happened.
A couple serial killers arrested.

Another Annoying Orange court case.
More new Biden legislation.

I dont think it's that slow news.
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First successful pig to human heart transplant happened.
That's interesting, but not very political.
Chinas next phase of their crypto ban supposedly went into place, along with 8 other countries following suite.
That's something china does every couple of years, also while this is kinda political, this is china.
I guess its good news for US crypto miners and all that, but eh. I'm still struggling to find a reason
for this to be political to the US.
A couple shootings happened.
Political, but not news.
A couple serial killers arrested.
News, but not political.
Another Annoying Orange court case.
I actually already brought up the first Subpoena, so I thought additional draws on this subject
would be redundant until something more substantial happened.
More new Biden legislation.
Political, yeah. But news, again not really. I mean depends what it is.
If you could be more specific on the legislation, then It might be more important.
I dont think it's that slow news.
Not all of it is, but not all of that news is political and us.


CA just proposed to allow medical faculty that tested positive for covid to still treat patients if theyre asymptomatic.
Okay, can I get a link for this one? This one is actually really important, and I have no idea how I missed this one...



Lately there has been a lot of Bullstuff "news" overload in the media, and It's become increasingly difficult to find
actual news.

heres the first link that popped up on google rn. Idk what the original article was.
It was all the news yesterday im sure theres a bunch of articles on it. Also it seems it already passed, not just a proposal anymore.
https://www.sacbee.com/news/local/health-and-medicine/article257193487.html
“From Jan. 8, 2022, until Feb. 1, 2022, HCPs (health care personnel) who have tested positive for SARS-CoV-2 and are asymptomatic may return to work immediately without isolation and without testing, and HCPs who have been exposed and are asymptomatic may return to work immediately without quarantine and without testing."

heres the first link that popped up on google rn. Idk what the original article was.
It was all the news yesterday im sure theres a bunch of articles on it. Also it seems it already passed, not just a proposal anymore.
https://www.sacbee.com/news/local/health-and-medicine/article257193487.html
“From Jan. 8, 2022, until Feb. 1, 2022, HCPs (health care personnel) who have tested positive for SARS-CoV-2 and are asymptomatic may return to work immediately without isolation and without testing, and HCPs who have been exposed and are asymptomatic may return to work immediately without quarantine and without testing."

Interesting. That's incredibly indicative of the issue involving the current mass exodus of employees from their jobs, and the current state of California.

also in other news, starbucks shops are unionizing like a wildfire rn.

there has been 5 starbucks stores filing for union elections in the last 5 days. theres a total of 2 stores that have won their elections so far and iirc 17 elections ongoing.

also in other news, starbucks shops are unionizing like a wildfire rn.

there has been 5 starbucks stores filing for union elections in the last 5 days. theres a total of 2 stores that have won their elections so far and iirc 17 elections ongoing.
idiot that isnt news, its only news when antilockdownfreedomwarrior69 gets arrested for spitting in peoples mouths

How about this news story. Cuba made it's own covid vaccine and currently has the highest percentage of it's population vaccinated in the world.

How about this news story. Cuba made it's own covid vaccine and currently has the highest percentage of it's population vaccinated in the world.
Cuba has some surprisingly good doctors, like plenty of other Caribbean islands. I just hope their virologists are also up to snuff.

Cuba has some surprisingly good doctors, like plenty of other Caribbean islands. I just hope their virologists are also up to snuff.
i know that usa students who want to become doctors go to caribbean medical schools if they can't get admission to a usa medical school, due to how competitive it is, but the downside is caribbean schools cost like 3x-5x more. and medical school is already insanely expensive by itself. not sure about cuba tho

i know that usa students who want to become doctors go to caribbean medical schools if they can't get admission to a usa medical school, due to how competitive it is, but the downside is caribbean schools cost like 3x-5x more. and medical school is already insanely expensive by itself. not sure about cuba tho
When Fidel was in power, there was plenty of state-sponsored colleges for things that the country needed, like doctors and sailors. My dad became a sailor because of such programs. I doubt they have many foreigners trying to apply for education there, especially considering the recent instability.

Cuba has some surprisingly good doctors, like plenty of other Caribbean islands.

Misread as "Dictators"

Misread as "Dictators"
nah lol they were stuff, my whole family threw a party when fidel died