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    '`'`'`'`'`'`'`'`'`'`' Jacob's Avatar
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    Default Choir Practice Turns Fatal

    A choir decided to go ahead with rehearsal. Now dozens of members have COVID-19 and two are dead.
    Coronavirus choir outbreak

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    Such a sad story. They made an informed decision with the best information they had, and took what seemed at the time to be sufficient precautions.

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    Informed decision? Yes, the sixty people who chose to stay home did make informed decisions. The rest chose not to believe the science. The consequences are indeed sad. Families and health workers put in harm's way because of that.
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    Sad story but we are headed in the wrong direction here. There are plenty of places to have this discussion on the Internet.
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