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Coronavirus - Covid-19 - Denied Testing
Updated: November 18, 2020 12:00 PM
Covid-19 OSHA Complaint, United States Postal Service, 131 SE 2nd St, Canyonville, Oregon 97417, USA
2 years ago
There are no signs posted to wear masks in the outer lobby where the PO boxes are. People entering to pick up mail usually aren't wearing masks. There is a small sign stating masks are required in the inner area where stamps can be bought and packages... mailed & picked up. The Oregon state mask requirement for customers is not being enforced. Furthermore the Post Mistress often isn't wearing a mask and one of her employees seldom wears a mask either when working in the back or waiting on customers. The employees have taped a clear plastic drop cloth from the ceiling to the top of the cabinets where they wait on customers in order to provide a barrier, but it is loose and blows around.
Alleged Hazards: 3, Employees Exposed: 10
Source: Osha.gov | Receipt Date: 2020-09-24
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2 years ago
1. Personal protective equipment necessary to avoid contagion is not provided.
2. There is no procedure to protect employees related to COVID19.
Allied Hazards: 2, Jobs Exposed: 505
Source: Osha.gov | Receipt Date: 2020-04-02
I just called a covid 19 testing clinic in a hospital and they said not to come in unless you have symptoms, come from one of the lockdown suburbs or were in contact with someone that tested +. I don’t have any of the above but just wanted to get tested and can’t 🤔
Oh cool the free COVID-19 testing location in my city stopped doing that ?
I’m not sure if I actually have it with very minor symptoms or if this is just because of the current weather but I wanted to at least be sure since I have to be around a lot of people at work.
The secret of Finland's low contamination figures: low testing. I have been on sick leave for a week with respiratory symptoms. Was tested for streptococcus bacteria and CRP. No coronavirus test.
Still feel like shit & I honestly Im scared that I have Covid-19. Went to the clinic and I was going to get tested for the virus and everything was going well and out of nowhere they said that I didn't qualify even though 5 symptoms match....
The reason was because I didn't have "enough" symptoms. im like what ? Literally I have diarrhea, nausea, vomit, fever, body aching and my chest hurts.... that could be of the big ass bong hits I've taking lately to cope with my suffering.
My theory is that maybe they don't have enough testing kits and they are using it with people who they really think have it? Literally maybe My clinic or the city of Dallas ran out of testing kits? Good or bad who knows.
So therefore the doctor and I kind of agreed that I may have a gastrointestinal infection and the only way for my body to get better is to literally poop the infection out. if by two days I don't get better then now I can come back to the clinic and get tested.
2 years ago
I Haven’t been tested for COVID-19 but, I’ve had symptoms runny nose, dry cough chills, body aches but not shortness of breath or chest pains. The first occured towards end of february into march then just this week.
I may have an antibody blocking the viruses from... full blown.
Or its just the flu imitating coronavirus symptoms. If I were in Canada I’d go get tested, but being in Rural Kenya as a foreign national what could go wrong if I go to be tested? False results, forced quarantine, misleading information. No one in contact with me is symptomatic | Symptoms: Cough, Chills, Body Ache, Runny Nose
I have family members who, based off their symptoms, likely have COVID-19. Due to the inaccesibility of testing and our healthcare, they cannot be tested. I worry for them as they are immunocompromised and live in overcrowded conditions
So I’m clearly dealing with symptoms of Covid 19. However both University Hospital and Clevend Clininc have informed me that I don’t meet criteria to be properly tested. So how are the numbers they give accurate if they aren’t testing everyone?
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