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 on: April 02, 2020, 02:01:07 AM 
Started by Jethro Gibbs - Last post by Jett
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Today the Ontario Government (A Province of Canada) announced that distancing regulations, restrictions on over 70s going out and the closure of most of the economy will continue until at least 30 June.  Get real you people.  The biggest probability is that this is not going to be over until a vaccine is developed in 18 months time.

Indeed. A very salient point is made here.

The DR is a developing nation as we all know. Right now there's a lot of people out of work and a ton of financial uncertainty. If you think that once this virus thing settles down and things go back to normal then you got another thing coming. Things move slowly in the DR as it is. Most of the people who've been laid off aren't coming back to work in the restaurants, colmados and resorts. It's going to take time to get things up and running again. We're talking months not days or weeks. Some are going to lose their businesses over this as well.

If you think JetBlue and American Airlines are chomping at the bit to get back to regular service flights to the DR then think again. Airlines have parked or permanently grounded their jets and suspended service routes. That means they've furloughed or laid off their people to.

I don't think folks understand how economic ecosystems work. This could possibly be the end of Sosua and the North Coast at least for another year or so. That's assuming that the DR handles this pandemic well enough to flatten their curve. My hunch is that the infection numbers will exceed their capacity to treat their patients which would only lead to higher death totals. I fear for the people of the DR and other developing nations. If the US/Canada and Europe have some of the best medical care and infrastructure and we're getting our asses kicked with this pandemic what's to say of the DR, Haiti, India, Western and Central Africa? 

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 on: April 02, 2020, 12:44:27 AM 
Started by Jethro Gibbs - Last post by Big boy
Remember the first 20 cases in DR were tourists from USA, Italy, France, and Germany.  They stayed in the resorts.  But resorts have cooks, servers, cleaners, housekeepers and gardeners and the tourists gave it to the locals.  The tourists visit places so they use taxis, they go to attractions staffed by locals, they go to restaurants and bars and they give it to locals.
So the Government has shut down its airspace except for foreign planes that arrive empty to ferry their nationals home.  There is no way that the DR Government is going to lift those restrictions until infection rates are reduced both in DR and in the developed countries that provide them with tourists.

Today the Ontario Government (A Province of Canada) announced that distancing regulations, restrictions on over 70s going out and the closure of most of the economy will continue until at least 30 June.  Get real you people.  The biggest probability is that this is not going to be over until a vaccine is developed in 18 months time.

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 on: March 31, 2020, 07:03:16 PM 
Started by Dango - Last post by DrinksOnMe
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Same scene in Times Square. Chicago.  London. Many locations.  Sosua is not immune. No place is.
I know. I didn't mean it was unique to Sosua. It's just I've had a lot more fun in Sosua than Chicago or Times Square so, emotionally, it is a bit more of a shock to me to see that little beach town that way.

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 on: March 31, 2020, 11:09:35 AM 
Started by Dango - Last post by BigJohn
Same scene in Times Square. Chicago.  London. Many locations.  Sosua is not immune. No place is.

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 on: March 31, 2020, 03:36:58 AM 
Started by Jethro Gibbs - Last post by ralphie1
the fact that so few have died or been diagnosed could be for a variety of reasons.

the fact that the DR is an island works to their favor , the amount of travel in and out works against them. 

the lack of money along with no safety net leads to little medical care sought therefore little reporting of those affected.  at the end of the day the only way to truly know the affect of the corona virus in the DR would be an uptick in the overall death rate.

waiting a year might be the answer but then version 2.0 might be online.  who knows.  that is the problem, at this point, not that much is known about this virus, well, at least they arent telling us.

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 on: March 31, 2020, 02:42:03 AM 
Started by Jethro Gibbs - Last post by Jett
Strange isn't it?

The airlines are discounting fares like shit is just honky-dory. They assume that the travel ban will be lifted but I say not so fast. If you believe this virus blows over in a month or two in the DR then by all means, purchase those tickets. However, if the virus continues unabated in the DR then what would be the point of being there?

You see, the problem is the DR only has about 200 or so cases right now and about 20+ deaths. There are no reported deaths on the North Coast but we know that's going to change in the coming weeks.

I don't think that we as mongers are taking this as serious as we should. The DR medical system SUCKS. Their rate of death is likely going to be much higher than other 1st world nations. The DR doesn't have test kits and advanced shit like we do. Who is going to pay for those limited hospital beds? Most Dominicans live paycheck to paycheck and they haven't been paid this week or last. Furthermore, (and probably most troubling) is that Dominicans are a social people. Much more so than we in the US, UK or Canada. This would likely increase the odds of entire families coming down with this demon virus. I predict this pandemic is going to impact the DR and Haiti HARD.

As a tourist traveling there in a couple of months what's that even going to look like? Restaurants will either be hanging on by a thread or closed entirely. Same with hotels. How many girls are going to be wanting to fuck with gringos after they personally know someone who has survived or died from this viral illness. Chicas walking around with N95 masks and high heels...that's not sexy.

I dunno man, I'd love to swoop in and get some Puta pussy in the next month or two but not if every chica I fucks with is named Corona.

I'm not going back to the DR for at least another 9 months or maybe even a year. Let this viral shit settle down a bit and wait till everybody figures themselves out. The DR ain't going nowhere. After all is said and done, the Presidente will still be cold, the chicas, will still be hot, and the beach waters will be warm.

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 on: March 30, 2020, 07:12:37 PM 
Started by Jethro Gibbs - Last post by Jethro Gibbs
Fares for the first weekend in June, Miami to Puerto Plata.  No change fees.  Very tempting!

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 on: March 30, 2020, 04:34:26 PM 
Started by Dango - Last post by DrinksOnMe
Just saw some of the newer videos of Sosua (last couple of weeks).

Absolute ghost town. Sad.

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 on: March 28, 2020, 09:16:35 AM 
Started by oldnewbie - Last post by ralphie1
the latest shortage out there due to factories being shut down, condoms. lol

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 on: March 28, 2020, 12:44:09 AM 
Started by oldnewbie - Last post by oldnewbie
To follow up on Husker's important message. He of course is in the medical field. I am not but still wanted to pass along possible alternatives. Not all masks are equally effective. Attached are a few that are not compliant and may not give you the desired outcome.

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