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COVID 19 Numbers Are Dropping Dramatically

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#21 Charlie-NY


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Posted April 01 2021 - 02:11 PM

Yes, they’re two cards. With the date, time and location and name of RN that administers the vaccine . A printed sticker is placed on both cards.


My wife and I only received a single CDC card and it indicates the drug (Pfizer), lot #, location (Jones Beach) and dates, no administrator.

The NYS Passport or Excelsior Pass is two sided and can be maintained in an ap on you phone or printed. One side only has your name and DOB. The other side has a scannable maze in some digital form.

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#22 2edgesword


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Posted April 01 2021 - 05:19 PM

In my thinking the number of positives doesn’t matter and the number with symptoms doesn’t matter. The critical issues are symptoms requiring hospitalization and deaths. While infections, hospitalizations and deaths are connected the shear number of cases should not be a major concern at this point. If you’re sick stay home. If you develop respiratory problems go to the hospital. If you’re in a high risk group exercise caution. Everyone else go back to work and school.

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