General Are they going to close gyms in Texas again?

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MMAPlaywright

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I need to know. I pay gym dues in three month chunks and I still have time to not pay.
Arizona just closed their gyms.

Let’s hear it, forum smart guys: will Texas shut down gyms?
 

MMAPlaywright

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PS - I paid last time, even through the shutdown. The gym owner didn’t charge for April and May and I insisted on paying. This time, I won’t want to do that.
 

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We fell under 7% for our infection rate today, so if it stays like that, probably not. If it goes back up above 10%, I have to think they will.
 

Rambo John J

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PS - I paid last time, even through the shutdown. The gym owner didn’t charge for April and May and I insisted on paying. This time, I won’t want to do that.
Dazn stole 100 bucks from me

during Covid they have an empty schedule

Not sure I trust any long term contracts right now

Cause...murder hornets, comets, and planetary alignments that we haven't seen since the 1600s
 

Rambo John J

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it is a joke

let people work out

immune systems and bodies need a workout to stay strong
 
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conor mcgregor nut hugger

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conor mcgregor nut hugger @conor mcgregor nut hugger where did you see the Texas infection rate numbers from earlier?
Subtracted total tests reported on Sunday from total tests reported on Monday. You cant see Sunday any more on the link below but I'm sure you can find it somewhere.

Total tests reported Monday: 2,061,939
Total tests reported Sunday: 2,006,724

Difference (i.e. number of new tests reported Monday) = 55,215

New cases (tests that were positive) reported Monday totaled 6,135

So that gives you an 11.11% positivity rate.

Could have risen from earlier I guess.
This is exactly what happened. When I gave you the 6.9% figure it was based on a little over 4,000 positive tests reported on Monday. It turned put to be 2,000 higher at the end of the day.

 

Jesus X

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mcallen should probably keep their gyms open lol

"Top 10 "Fattest Cities"
Southern cities make up the bulk of the top 10 -- not too surprising given the traditional comfort food and love for butter, butter and more butter.

  • McAllen/Edinburg/Mission, TX
  • Shreveport/Bossier City, LA
  • Memphis,TN
  • Jackson, MS
  • Knoxville, TN
  • Tulsa, OK
  • Mobile, AL
  • Nashville/Davidson/Murfreesboro/Franklin, TN
  • Columbi, SC
  • Lafayette, LA"
 

Thuglife13

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mcallen should probably keep their gyms open lol

"Top 10 "Fattest Cities"
Southern cities make up the bulk of the top 10 -- not too surprising given the traditional comfort food and love for butter, butter and more butter.

  • McAllen/Edinburg/Mission, TX
  • Shreveport/Bossier City, LA
  • Memphis,TN
  • Jackson, MS
  • Knoxville, TN
  • Tulsa, OK
  • Mobile, AL
  • Nashville/Davidson/Murfreesboro/Franklin, TN
  • Columbi, SC
  • Lafayette, LA"
The South will rise again...

View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wint4pj5xYg
 

HEATH VON DOOM

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We fell under 7% for our infection rate today, so if it stays like that, probably not. If it goes back up above 10%, I have to think they will.
So you mean a couple week spike after protests and numbers are going back down? That cant be true. We were told protests had no effect on numbers