PGA Commissioner Jay Monahan has just held a news conference to announce the PGA’s plans moving forward this weekend and beyond.
The Player’s Championship will continue this weekend without fans after today. The thoughts are that the players can continue because they play outside, the players distance themselves anyway, and there is little to no need for any physical contact.
Here’s the statement from their Website.
The PGA TOUR is aware of rapidly changing developments regarding COVID-19. With the information currently available, THE PLAYERS Championship will continue as scheduled, although we will absolutely continue to review recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control, World Health Organization and local health administrations. This is obviously a very fluid situation that requires constant review, communication and transparency, and we are dedicated to all three aspects. The PGA TOUR will provide an additional update by 12 p.m. ET on Thursday.
In the meantime, players in the field have been notified to be prepared to play Round 1, as scheduled.
Fans who no longer wish to attend THE PLAYERS Championship may request a refund or exchange; details on how to do so will be announced shortly. Please visit PGATOUR.COM/THEPLAYERS for more information.
Fully vaccinated with negative tests in hand, Calgary mom and daughters forced into quarantine on return to Canada
Day 1 – Dec 4, 6:37 PM – Shock and Awe
Day 2 – Dec 5, 11:17 AM = Frustration sets in
Day 3.- Dec 6. 11:22 AM = Canadian Quarantine for Fully Vaccinated Travelers With Negative Covid Tests
Day 4 – Dec 7 – Third Negative Test Results Finally Come After More Than 3 Days.
4 days in quarantine. We left when we got our results. I made a choice to leave after I was unable to contact anyone at either PHAC or the Red Cross who could give us any information about being released by a quarantine office.
This interview was conducted by the CTV in the hours after Tiffany and her children returned home after 4 days in quarantine.
Ivermectin and Molnupiravir: How does the widely used drug compare to the new drug in treating Covid-19?
John Campbell has been making videos to teach common people about the world of medicine for over 20 years. After a career of teaching nurses, Campbell discovered a real need for medical information described in a way most anyone can understand. In the nearly two years that John Campbell has been making videos explaining information about covid his viewership has exploded, commonly reaching hundreds of thousands and even millions of views. People around the world have expressed a thirst for knowledge about the latest information around covid from a trusted source.
You can see a list of John Campbell’s videos here.
A number of weeks ago, John Campbell released this presentation. It’s a comparison of a drug that has been widely used but also widely criticized in treating covid around the world, with a new drug which is expected to soon gain widespread approval. Despite the success of Ivermectin, an inexplicable wave of opposition has resulted in a miserable failure by public health and politicians to adopt this extremely safe and effective treatment. While that’s extremely frustrating, it does appear Molnupiravir is on the fast track to approval. Molnupiravir may be slightly less effective and astronomically more expensive than Ivermectin, it should be effective enough to reduce the fear surrounding the virus that has killed so many. With the reduction of fear citizens should be able to expect restrictions around masks, and movement, and businesses to become voluntary. A successful treatment should also allow governments to back off mandates around vaccinations in favour of a voluntary approach. Could the end of the divisive restrictions finally be on the horizon? This video contains some of the most exciting and promising news to come since the beginning of our covid disaster.
Here’s a look at Ivermectin compared with Molnupiravir. Hopefully our public health officials and political decision makers are paying attention.
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