- Jun 13, 2005
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- HICV, Westgate (second cousin, twice removed)
Surprise party leaves 18 in Texas family with coronavirus
A man who hosted the May 30 party in North Texas was unknowingly infected with the virus. The gathering of 25 people that only lasted a few hours left 18 people testing positive for coronavirus.
This is why we refuse to go out to restaurants to eat. Most of the servers are the 20 something's that go out to bars and other gatherings ignoring social distancing and will go to work sick because of economic constraints like what happened in Dallas:
Downtown Breakfast Restaurant Didn’t Close After Employee Tested Positive for COVID-19
Yolk continued to serve diners, and allegedly failed to notify its employees that one of their co-workers had contracted the virus
I know there are a lot of older folk out there too that eschew social distancing and masks, but this is a case where I can reduce our risk by making a choice based on demographics and what I'm seeing on the media.
We went to Saltgrass on Father's day for curbside pick-up. (Called ahead and still waited in the parking lot an hour and a half for our meal) Three 20 something servers -
1 wore her mask properly, 1 wore her mask on her chin, 1 was maskless. The manager (30 something) did not wear a mask.