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    Flawed Scrub 500+ Posts jmaister's Avatar
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    Are you going to work?

    I cover the slums* and downtown cooridoor...

    A little disconcerting I must say...
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    Re: Are you going to work?

    Live and work in a large Canadian city with a few cases. Being dispatched from home and am to avoid contact with the other techs.

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    Re: Are you going to work?

    No football/rugby/horse racing and other sport to print fixtures for means an 85% drop in what we invoice.
    If the games don't resume after the 3 of April like planed then we need to close down until further notice.

    Also working the "slums" downtown areas.
    Whatever

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    Re: Are you going to work?

    I live in Indiana, and I just heard on the radio that the Governor has closed ALL restaurants and bars in the entire state until further notice (carry- out will still be allowed). I seen a lot of kids playing outside today on the way to the office because schools are closed around here. I am still working out of an office that is an hours drive from my home, but I am the only one here on a regular basis. Contrary to the norm, all of a sudden working alone is not such a bad thing. 21 cases have been reported here.
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    Re: Are you going to work?

    partially retired...

    my work is odd jobs and working in my yard.

    I just hope the stores start stocking more beer.. everything else I have plenty of.

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    KonicaMinolta Senior Tech 250+ Posts srvctec's Avatar
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    Re: Are you going to work?

    Company-wide meeting this morning and business as usual for the time being, while following the social distancing guidelines and staying away from others as much as possible. Not sure how to stay from people in their offices when they call us out to fix their machines. Guess I could request they leave the room/office while I work on their machine but that would be rather awkward. Only 9 cases in the state of Kansas right now.
    Started in the copier service business in the fall of 1988 and have worked at the same company since then, now the senior tech, since 2000.

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    Re: Are you going to work?

    We have a handful of school districts that are all closed. That cuts out quite a bit of calls. But I don't think any small businesses will be closing.

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    Re: Are you going to work?

    I personally don't have any school district accounts, so there hasn't been much change as that goes. There has been word here about closing bars and restaurants, that will affect me some. This is always the busiest time of the year with the tax accountants working night and day until 15 April. After that, I expect some slow down.

    I think the biggest surprise for me was going to the grocery store last Friday to see no apples, no potatoes, no bread, no milk, no toilet paper, no paper towel.
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    Re: Are you going to work?

    Retired here, other than here on CTN. Locally a total of 0 active cases COVID-19. A lot of flu though with a couple deaths from flu.

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    Re: Are you going to work?

    In IT, Maryland state account is scrambling to hand out laptops to users to telecommute.

    No rest for us.

    Lead tech on imaging/setup, etc. 24 page document click-by-click and PICTURE instructions on imaging and setting up the laptops. A fu*king 5-year old could image and set these up!

    Fun times!

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