1997 Thunderbird LX
Going ballistic everywhere! State is getting ready to open up the field hospitals that were around in the spring.
Wash those hands!
Wash those hands!
Why not take a COVID test? You'll know beforehand and and won't have to self-quarantine for two weeks.After coming off of the road from my fall outage season I'm preventatively self quarantining in the garage for the next two weeks again so as not to potentially expose my family. As a side benny I'm spending quality time with the Tbird LOL. I washed our Explorer and spent time outside today raking leaves. Tomorrow the Tbird gets a bath and I'll rake more leaves, the lawn needs a mow too.
Why not take a COVID test? You'll know beforehand and and won't have to self-quarantine for two weeks.
That is funny, I know a guy who picks up greasy dirty Tbird parts wearing a Tie and throws them into the back of a Prius. 🤔On flying, I know a guy who wears tyvek suits.
The rapid test. That's the one where results are ready in 15min or so, right? The "good" test is the one that scrapes the bottom of your brain through your nose (not literally scraping) and takes a few days?
- The tests aren't 100% accurate, especially the rapid ones.
- cost is typically $150. TM would probably qualify as an essential worker but I'm not sure if they would cover the cost if he's asymptomatic.
Does NC have any free test options?I was tested in early August prior to surgery to repair my broken collar bone and again in Late September for work. Both came back negative. I paid for the first test my employer paid for the second test. Both were salvia tests. I'm not paying for another test.
They did. I paid and was reimbursed. Sorry I didn’t make that clear. But they’re not going to pay for a new test every time I come home from work.I'm surprised your insurance didn't pick up the tab for the first one since it was for a surgery.
They should pay 100% every time especially considering the amount of travel you put in. Insurance is a scam even when i don't pay a penny out of pocket for all of it.Thanks Gunn! I’ll check that out.
They did. I paid and was reimbursed. Sorry I didn’t make that clear. But they’re not going to pay for a new test every time I come home from work.
It's not insurance; it's his employer. I'm surprised that they don't test him at the start of every trip (to make sure he's not becoming a super spreader to their clients) BUT testing after he gets home would be a nice benefit as well (to allow him to share time with this family without risk of exposure). I guess if their clients don't require it... and the employees aren't rebelling by not getting it..... they can get away with no testing unless you are symptomatic (like most retail operations).They should pay 100% every time especially considering the amount of travel you put in. Insurance is a scam even when i don't pay a penny out of pocket for all of it.