@rjquillin Nothing wrong with Fleetwood either, I agree. I just know far less of their catalogue.
But like @ScottW58 said below, I only care so much about who’s playing. I just want to get out and see y’all!
@CorTot We are looking forward to meeting up, but we are going to hold off buying tickets until closer to the event, given the virus spikes in WA and MI. If we come, we will bring a dessert. @cortot: Do you remember the web site that had the discount tickets?
Perhaps because I am a subscriber, I got this notice regarding COVID protocols from the POPS. The 2 things that jumped out at me were that proof of complete vaccination at least 2 weeks prior to the event will be required to be verified at the gate (that should slow things down) and that lawn seating will be limited. They will contact folks who have already bought tickets (looking at you @ScottW58).
@davirom@rjquillin@ScottW58 I think you can get one of the approved vaccines even if you’ve participated in the clinical trial, although that may be against trial protocol.
You should ask for a card, though, since the vaccine will likely be approved before then and you’ll be clear by whatever metric.
@klezman@rjquillin@ScottW58 According to this article, in trials Norovax has an efficacy rate of over 96% against the original virus and 86% against 2 of the variants. Assuming rjq was in the treatment group (the discussion is trivial otherwise), a card should be available after it gets EUA. The article says Norovax has jumped ahead of AstraZeneca and is next in line for approval.
@davirom@rjquillin@ScottW58 I’m neutral on the cards. I am strongly in favour of heavily encouraging people to get vaccinated, though. Once available for kids, I will strongly endorse it being required for school, for example.
I want this virus gone. Vaccines are the only way.
#1 no problem I’m a card carrying vaxer #2 only about 12 seats on the lawn were sold when I bought, and if they don’t let me in I will consider it a donation to people who need the money more than I do