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Old 09-13-2020, 08:17 AM   #15
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Just because many will be asymptomatic they can still pass it off to others who could get a serious case........

That is just not true and if you have authoritative evidence showing otherwise I'd like to see it. And I don't mean some one on FB said so. Otherwise no symptoms means they are not contagious for casual contact.
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That is just not true and if you have authoritative evidence showing otherwise I'd like to see it. And I don't mean some one on FB said so. Otherwise no symptoms means they are not contagious for casual contact.
I don't do Facebook.

Since this all started you have been very hard to convince of its seriousness.

https://wwwnc.cdc.gov/eid/article/26/7/20-1595_article

https://www.advisory.com/daily-brief...0/asymptomatic

https://www.gundersenhealth.org/covi...d-of-covid-19/

https://health.ucdavis.edu/coronavir...essionals.html

https://www.medpagetoday.com/infecti.../covid19/87926
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Lets keep this on the topic of Quartzsite and how it will be held related to Covid. This is not about the seriousness or transmission of the virus.
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Lets keep this on the topic of Quartzsite and how it will be held related to Covid. This is not about the seriousness or transmission of the virus.


If youíre coming to the Yuma area, Quartzite is just down the road, consider renting a site for the season in the Foothills. They donít offer the activities the parks do but they offer space and miles of paved streets to walk, cycle, golf cart, etc and so on. We have a site, sorry not renting out this season, but there are a lot of rentals available, especially with the border situations.

Once again, no park activities, but plenty of space and the weather is upper Yuma, stores like Kroger offer delivery, and generally great people to meet and greet while dog walking. If you want the weather, hate boondocking, and uncomfortable with nothing but neighbors on top of you, and, big and, generally less money, full hook ups, Click image for larger version

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If you’re coming to the Yuma area, Quartzite is just down the road, consider renting a site for the season in the Foothills.
looks and sounds very nice care to share the name?
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Quartzsite is 82 miles from Yuma...Fortuna Foothills, just at the east side of Yuma is a nice place also...
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looks and sounds very nice care to share the name?

There are plenty of RV lots available for rent in Yuma. This will show you a few. All the best.

https://yuma.craigslist.org/search/h...date=all+dates
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