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Old 03-15-2020, 06:51 AM
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Here's a list of states that have closed schools statewide. They say they'll keep it updated, so check back. Here's the list; click through for details on a given state's closure:

Alabama
Florida
Illinois
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maryland
Michigan
New Mexico
North Carolina
Ohio
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South Dakota
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin

Also: DC.
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North Carolina public schools closed for two weeks (I think that's going to be an "at least" situation). A teacher in the Wake County Public Schools has tested positive.

The North Carolina Football Club Youth (which is the largest youth to professional club in the U.S.) stopped all activities last week until at least 4/13.
On Friday evening, our district said they were gonna stay open. I spent all day Saturday on conference calls and social media and texting back and forth with union leaders, moving a survey among staff about whether this was a good idea (spoiler: overwhelmingly folks said it wasn't). We got a huge number of responses, over 1,300, to give to our superintendents. They included a lot of very thoughtful responses about why folks were concerned about keeping schools open, what we needed to be thinking about if we closed them (e.g., how to get Internet access for rural kids in mountain hollers), etc.

Our union president got on the phone with the superintendent at 4, just in time to get shunted off the phone so they could watch the governor's press conference.

This is scary times. Tomorrow I go in so we can figure out how to help our kids.
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Old 03-15-2020, 03:07 PM
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Ohio suspending dine-in service at restaurants and bars.link
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Old 03-15-2020, 03:29 PM
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The Ohio closing of bars and restaurants is good because it will help keep people safe and stop the spread.

It will be half good half bad for people like my friend who is a diabetic heart patient waitress who has a kid now home from school who had to call off work indefinitely. All that was bad in itself but at least she’ll make SOME money from a stimulus. Hopefully a swift stimulus.

It’ll be devastating for a lot of people who will never make enough from the stimulus to cover what they typically make in a week from their restaurant jobs.

I’m holding my breath on this move.
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Illinois has just announced the closure of all bars and restaurants for two weeks. That's on CNN.
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The US movie box office this weekend is bad. The worst since 1995 when ticket prices were much lower so the number of patrons is way, way down. Usually kid friendly films like Onward hold well. It fell 73% from opening weekend.

And yet I'm surprised the box office wasn't $0. These things are still open?

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Business owners are taking a hit for sure, but what of restaurant and retail workers who depend on these jobs for their livliehood? Waitresses usually don't have large stacks of cash in the bank to see them through tough times. My daughter was supposed to start a new job as a teacher's aid on Monday; she'll be another few weeks without a paycheck which means I'll be paying her rent in the meantime. My heart aches for her and everyone else like her.
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Old 03-15-2020, 06:02 PM
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The US movie box office this weekend is bad. The worst since 1995 when ticket prices were much lower so the number of patrons is way, way down. Usually kid friendly films like Onward hold well. It fell 73% from opening weekend.

And yet I'm surprised the box office wasn't $0. These things are still open?

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We saw The Invisible Man on Friday afternoon. I guess that's close enough for the weekend. Very few people in attendance.
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Our spring Gay Men's Chorus concert has been cancelled. All the rehearsing, memorization, costuming, dance rehearsals, lighting and advertising has gone to waste. I assume all the tickets already sold will be refunded. Bad news all around.

We're planning on attending a huge international LGBT choral festival in July. Assuming the virus is still among us then, it surely will be cancelled.
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The school district where I coach has just announced closure of all sites from Mar. 19 to Apr. 19.
They're making arrangements for continued nutrition services and will be doing classwork by remote access.
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All South Carolina schools.
We now have two confirmed cases in my county.
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Old 03-15-2020, 07:43 PM
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Here's a list of states that have closed schools statewide. They say they'll keep it updated, so check back. Here's the list; click through for details on a given state's closure:

Alabama
Florida
Illinois
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maryland
Michigan
New Mexico
North Carolina
Ohio
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South Dakota
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin

Also: DC.
Add the following states to the list:

Arizona, Arkansas, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Montana, Nevada, South Carolina and Vermont

Also, NYC and the Los Angeles Unified School District have closed their schools.
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Old 03-15-2020, 07:45 PM
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I’m at a PA bar right now and 2/3 of the patrons are old people LOL


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Add the following states to the list:

Arizona, Arkansas, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Montana, Nevada, South Carolina and Vermont

Also, NYC and the Los Angeles Unified School District have closed their schools.
TN issued guidance to schools, but said it lacked the authority to unilaterally close the schools. Many districts have closed schools, including the districts of Nashville and Memphis.
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My kids' elementary school is closed till 4/6. I believe all schools in St. Louis City and County are closed now.
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The governors of Washington, Illinois, Ohio, Massachusetts, and California have closed all bars and restaurants. As I noted on another thread, the bars and restaurants here have been packed, mostly with people under 40. I wish we'd closed them all sooner. And I hope there's federal money for the many, many workers who are now without paychecks.
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Many school districts in California are closed, including the big ones in LA, SF, and Oakland. Our local smaller district, where my son goes, is also closed, as well as all the surrounding districts.
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As far as theaters go, I heard the weekend box office for the US and Canada was a whopping $56 million.
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All bars in San Francisco are closed. Restaurants can stay open, but have to allow six feet between customers, which makes smaller restaurants unprofitable. (Maybe bigger ones too.) Ditto for LA, plus movie theaters there are closed.

My town's school system is closed, one of the last. My friend who teaches there part time (she's retired) says it is supposed to go on line. Good luck with that for the second grade.

And I'm closed. People over 65 are supposed to self-isolate in California.
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Old 03-16-2020, 12:23 PM
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Melania just announced that this year's White House Easter Egg Roll has been canceled.
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The governors of Washington, Illinois, Ohio, Massachusetts, and California have closed all bars and restaurants.
Michigan too now.
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Maryland is now closed for business. Thank you for shopping with us. Come again!

(closing all bars, restaurants, movie theaters, and gyms starting at 5pm today)
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Georgia has postponed it's Presidential primary. Early voting had already started. (There are a few local races also on the ballot. E.g., we get to pick a couple county posts.)

So the parking lot at the park was nearly empty this morning. No water aerobics classes and the early voting was shut down.
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Sorry folks, Canada is closed. Moose out front should have told ya.
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My university just extended the online-only teaching plan through the end of the semester. Hopefully Zoom has the capacity to handle every college in North America using it to deliver classes.
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Zoom, Vsee, Doxy, and others have been crashing at times today. Tough to get clients on board with telehealth when it's overloaded!
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My university just extended the online-only teaching plan through the end of the semester. Hopefully Zoom has the capacity to handle every college in North America using it to deliver classes.
Also we're closing our residence halls, canceling all on-campus activities, and canceling commencement.
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Melania just announced that this year's White House Easter Egg Roll has been canceled.
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The governors of Washington, Illinois, Ohio, Massachusetts, and California have closed all bars and restaurants. As I noted on another thread, the bars and restaurants here have been packed, mostly with people under 40. I wish we'd closed them all sooner. And I hope there's federal money for the many, many workers who are now without paychecks.
Illinois Gov. Pritzker, at least, is looking at ways of keeping kitchens open via delivery and curbside pickup.

In related news, the governor is also keeping student food programs going via delivery and pickup.

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Six counties in California's Bay Area are under "shelter in place" orders.
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New York, New Jersey and Connecticut ban gatherings of 50 or more as schools close across the region.

The governors of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut announced broad restrictions on public life on Monday, with gatherings of more than 50 people banned in all three states, and most nonessential businesses closed.

All schools in New York State are also closing for at least two weeks, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo announced. The announcement came on the heels of the closing of New York City’s public school system, the nation’s largest.

Casinos, gyms and movie theaters in the three states will be closed effective at 8 p.m. on Monday, Governor Cuomo of New York said on a joint call with his fellow governors.

Bars and restaurants would be limited to takeout and delivery [ . . . ]
Groceries, gas stations, pharmacies and some other essential businesses will be allowed to remain open.

-- and on a very local level, although we have no known local cases (yet), I no longer have planning board work meetings scheduled every week this month. We'd have been well under the 50 person level; but some of us are high risk.
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Local bus service has been reduced; the county-run service is on a Saturday schedule and Metrobus is on their Saturday Supplemental schedule (i.e.: the one they use for July 4).
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My bowling league is cancelled for the next two weeks. "So what?" you ask. Well, they are mostly rural Trump supporters who get their news from Facebook and feel this is all a Democrat hoax.

However, the bowling alley bar is closed, so that hurts.

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The wonderful St. Louis Science Center is closed through March 31. The Zoo is still open, which surprises me. Everyone is spread out when viewing the outdoor exhibits, but there are a lot of indoor things where people pack together like sardines around the animals.
And now the StL Zoo is closed, along with the Magic House (a very popular children's science museum) and all St. Louis County Libraries.

ETA: And the Missouri Botanical Garden.

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Today's Primary voting in Ohio has been postponed. What's gonna happen with the conventions this summer?
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We should have a thread: "What is still open?"
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Old 03-17-2020, 09:30 AM
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Situation in Edinburgh, Scotland:

Closures: All sport is off. All theatres closed. Launch event for Edinburgh International Festival (scheduled for tomorrow) is off.

Still open: National museum, National gallery, Portrait gallery, Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh Castle, Edinburgh Zoo, schools, colleges. Pubs and restaurants are open, except Boris in his wisdom has told us not to go to them.
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The American Society of Reproductive Medicine is the professional organization for infertility doctors. They've issued new guidance on how infertility practices should conduct business during the pandemic. The short answer is: they shouldn't. ASRM calls for the suspension of most infertility treatment. There's no legal force behind this, but most practices follow ASRM guidance. I think malpractice insurance for infertility practices often has rules saying that they won't cover you if you deviate from ASRM guidance; and if you get sued and you're found not to be following ASRM guidance, that's a bad thing. So the rules are a big deal.

My wife is an infertility doc. So once she completes the current treatment cycle on her current patients, she's basically out of work. We're fortunate, or course, that we've had year to build up savings, and my job is relatively high paying and isn't going away, so this isn't going to send us into financial ruin. But it does definitely suck. The guidance from ASRM makes sense, and it's probably the right thing to do for greater society. But it's a bummer for us.
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Kansas: most state offices closing from March 23 to April 5; K-12 schools closed to in-person instruction for remainder of school year. cite
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Kansas: most state offices closing from March 23 to April 5; K-12 schools closed to in-person instruction for remainder of school year. cite
We're up to 39 states + DC that have closed schools statewide, and in California (one of the remaining 11), nearly 99% of the schools are closed.

I think KS Gov. Kelly is right to go ahead and admit that the academic year's already over. CA Gov. Newsom says they'll probably have to do the same, and I bet these are just the first pebbles of the avalanche. Because a 2- or 3-week school closure just isn't going to be enough, not by a long shot.

Better to admit that the year's over, give seniors their diplomas, and take this time to start prepping for distance learning in the fall, in case it proves necessary - which is hardly unlikely.
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I feel sorry for the college and high school seniors, who aren't going to get all of the traditional end-of-year experiences, like prom, senior week and so forth. They may not even have a traditional graduation ceremony. But at least this will be a memorable year for them.
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I feel sorry for the college and high school seniors, who aren't going to get all of the traditional end-of-year experiences, like prom, senior week and so forth. They may not even have a traditional graduation ceremony. But at least this will be a memorable year for them.
Yeah the university where I teach has cancelled commencement activities. It's really crappy for the students. Also, to a lesser extent, for us teachers who like to see them off.
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But imagine the story they can tell their lazy grandkids! "When I graduated from high school, I didn't have to walk 10 miles barefoot in the snow because we weren't allowed to leave our houses!"
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Hawaii is not officially closed, but there's a curfew in effect on Kauai, while here on Oahu restaurants, bars and nightclubs are closed for 15 days except for take-out food service, plus parks. Most if not all tourist sites statewide are closed, and many hotels are shutting their doors. (A neighbor was supposed to fly to Molokai today, but her hotel closed.) The governor has asked tourists to stay away for 30 days.
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Local bus service has been reduced; the county-run service is on a Saturday schedule and Metrobus is on their Saturday Supplemental schedule (i.e.: the one they use for July 4).
Metrobus is now on a modified Sunday schedule on the 20 busiest routes; the other 305 are not running at all.

Starting tomorrow, county service won't charge fares and all passengers will be expected to board through the rear door unless they absolutely need to board through the front (e.g.: wheelchair-bound).

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I feel sorry for the college and high school seniors, who aren't going to get all of the traditional end-of-year experiences, like prom, senior week and so forth. They may not even have a traditional graduation ceremony. But at least this will be a memorable year for them.
I missed almost all my graduation exercises for various rational reasons and I suffered subsequent social crippling only briefly. Prom? Senior week? I never saw-em. Secondary students missing this semester may face summer sessions, course challenges, adult or continuation high schools, and/or they'll just go for GEDs (diploma equivalents).

How will scholarships function when a quarter or semester is shot to shit?
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Wisconsin joins the other Great Lakes states by entering a form of lockdown today. We are not to leave our homes except for essential activities, plus nuclear-family-scale recreation (I’ll be taking a long bike ride with my kid this afternoon; it’s the one day this weeks that is neither cold nor rainy).
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For me the word "lockdown" doesn't seem to match a situation where we can still go out for certain purposes and to ride a bike. Is that what the state calls it?
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For me the word "lockdown" doesn't seem to match a situation where we can still go out for certain purposes and to ride a bike. Is that what the state calls it?
No, you’re right, and I agree. The governor is calling it a “safer-at-home order.”
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