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Sosua Stories / Re: Rumors Sosua Might Lockdown Again - Only Fans
« Last post by bospat15 on Today at 01:59:26 AM »

Good thing you removed that last post before too many others saw it.

Would have made a real fool of yourself.
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Sosua Stories / Re: Rumors Sosua Might Lockdown Again - Only Fans
« Last post by bospat15 on Today at 01:14:57 AM »
Not surprised someone would pick an online english language newspaper as their primary source of information over the minister of public health.

Assume you also rely on Sosuanews as well for top notch reporting

Oh and I surmise the "goto" sources are Mr T,  and Cerise Fairfax for inside info.

LOL

Pretty much what I would expect

Keep up the good work giving us quality info to digest in between your very busy schedule

Typical gaslighting

Dominicantoday.com is a well respected and reliable online publication regarding Dominican republic news.

You may also want to note that this is a report of a televised interview from a credible source.

Given the credible sources involved coupled with hearing the same news from my on the ground first responders I will stick with believing the Dominicantoday article.

The two individuals you referenced are you tubers  that are not remotely in the class of journalism as the source of the article.

As to why the difference in position from the government official I dont think it would surprise anyone to hear that government officials are not reporting accurate information these days. I assume the health minister could stand up and say the health system is collapsing but I wouldn't bet any spare change waiting for it to happen as that would be the minister getting up on a pedestal and admitting he is failing.

BTW, the same interview is referenced in many of the Spanish language publications as well.

https://aguajero.com/francisca-moronta-asegura-no-hay-ventiladores-ni-uci-para-pacientes-covid-19

Mike Drop!!!
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Not surprised someone would pick an online english language newspaper as their primary source of information over the minister of public health.

Assume you also rely on Sosuanews as well for top notch reporting

Oh and I surmise the "goto" sources are Mr T,  and Cerise Fairfax for inside info.

LOL

Pretty much what I would expect

Keep up the good work giving us quality info to digest in between your very busy schedule

🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

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Sosua Stories / Re: Rumors Sosua Might Lockdown Again - Only Fans
« Last post by Hoosier on Today at 12:57:20 AM »
Many places around the world are shutting down ..AGAIN...
this second wave is big and strong in some places...especially USA...
i know many yanks believe is all bullshit and fake news...but the reality is freezer trucks loaded with bodies in many places.
Unfortuanately Thailand which got good control does not want to continue the plan of opening and with this new round and going to lock up tight again.
i was planning a trip for xmas , but think i,m just gonna dig in at home in Canada and let this shit play out.

I've been in Thailand since March 1 and am currently in Pattaya. I've heard nothing of the sort. All bars, restaurants and hotels are open. The country is, however, still locked closed to foreign arrivals.
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Sosua Stories / Re: Rumors Sosua Might Lockdown Again - Only Fans
« Last post by jd66 on Today at 12:28:11 AM »
Not surprised someone would pick an online english language newspaper as their primary source of information over the minister of public health.

Assume you also rely on Sosuanews as well for top notch reporting

Oh and I surmise the "goto" sources are Mr T,  and Cerise Fairfax for inside info.

LOL

Pretty much what I would expect

Keep up the good work giving us quality info to digest in between your very busy schedule
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Newbies Ask Your Sosua Questions Here / Re: Question for the experts
« Last post by mp3 on Today at 12:28:09 AM »
The few chicas I WhatsApp are not in Sosua and these are regulars. So it's really slim pickings if you dont have any contacts

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Newbies Ask Your Sosua Questions Here / Re: Question for the experts
« Last post by blue-eyed-devil on July 08, 2020, 11:10:24 PM »
I just left the malecon. Mami closed up around 9 and afterwards everyone stayed in the streets drinking, cavorting, generally hanging out. Mi favorita trying to monopolize my vacation LoL!! She is worthy of every moment she fights for!

Keep up the good work poppy. And thanks for the updates. Do people have masks onat club miami? Any word at whats going on at chalo bar?
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Newbies Ask Your Sosua Questions Here / Re: Question for the experts
« Last post by PapiViejo55-2 on July 08, 2020, 10:50:10 PM »
I just left the malecon. Mami closed up around 9 and afterwards everyone stayed in the streets drinking, cavorting, generally hanging out. Mi favorita trying to monopolize my vacation LoL!! She is worthy of every moment she fights for!
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I'm going in the morning and I'll ask if someone is on site.
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Sosua Stories / Re: Rumors Sosua Might Lockdown Again - Only Fans
« Last post by bospat15 on July 08, 2020, 10:22:08 PM »

Not decided means just that, they have not decided yet. Besides, the government is in transition so pretty much anything could happen either way in the next few weeks.

I posted in another thread that the head of the public health ministry said last Sunday that the hospital system in the country is collapsing under covid and they are currently out of ventilators and ICU beds. Today the new Covid cases were over 1100 again.



Not sure where you get your information from but the actual source appears to be reporting something different as of today. 

https://www.msp.gob.do/web/?p=7893

1,158 new confirmed cases of coronavirus are recorded

Santo Domingo.- The Minister of Public Health, Dr. Rafael Sánchez Cárdenas reported this Wednesday that there are 1,081 people hospitalized by COVID-19, representing 74% of occupancy of the beds available in the country's healthcare centers.

Dr. Sánchez Cárdenas also said that the number of patients in intensive care units increased to 216, occupying 63% of the available beds.

The official pointed out that in mechanical ventilation there are 127, representing 58.8%.

He indicated that in Greater Santo Domingo 75% of beds are occupied and 72% of ICUs.


I guess the two editors can work it out but I am going with the Dominicantoday article and the reason why is I have  very close friends working in the main hospital in Santiago and one in the hospital in Santo Domingo who I speak with daily and the both respond No Hay when we talk about available Ventilators and beds for new covid patients. They have absolutely zero reason to lie to me about this. Granted they don't know what is going on in the rest of the country but their hospitals represent two of the best in the country and the region.

As an aside, while I do not have time to track down a link I am pretty sure I heard an interview recently with a health commissioner from either NY or CA and they were saying that when the hospital start to get into 75% plus occupancy rates that is considered full as that does not leave space for normal daily additions. I presume normal does not mean pandemic times when new patients com in daily by the truck load.  If any has a link to confirm or deny this I would be interested to read it.

https://dominicantoday.com/dr/covid-19/2020/07/05/they-warn-there-are-no-ventilators-or-icu-for-covid-19-patients-in-dominican-hospitals/
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