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Would you feel comfortable going to a gym, if it was open?
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1620 Votes

Would you feel comfortable going to a gym, if it was open?

Yes, of course.

19

No! Not yet, anyway.

2

Yes, of course.

19 Comments
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Having the gym closed does more harm than good!!

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Tim Izo
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Tim Izo

Because Covid is 99 percent survivable and working out is what keeps your immune system at its best. Exercise is how you stay healthy. This Covid insanity needs to stop.

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Tahnee Hayden
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Tahnee Hayden

If box stores are safe so is the gym.

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Ashley Mooney
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Ashley Mooney

If I don't feel safe, then I won't go 🤷‍♀️ The madness has gone on long enough...

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Layla Kennedy Coats
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Layla Kennedy Coats

Because its safer then grocery stores. So many people touch things in stores and no one is cleaning in between touches, impossible. But gyms, everything gets cleaned after every use/ touch.

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Katy white
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Katy white

It should be my decision, not the government, if a person is uncomfortable don't use the facility.

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Tyler Jacobs
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Tyler Jacobs

99.4% survival rate, support someone's ability to pay their bills and feed their families

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Proudamerican
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Proudamerican

Because I will not live my life in fear and quarantine over something that I'm likely to get no matter what I do

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Kimmy Wasatch
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Kimmy Wasatch

Gyms are more sanitized and clean than a grocery or mall store. It is also better to excercise than to live on a couch.

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Gabe West
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Gabe West

It does more harm then good

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Derry B Tseng
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Derry B Tseng

If the mask mandate and social distancing in gyms is followed consistently, gyms do not seem to add any increased risk to those who frequent them. I worked out in my gym daily until the latest shutdown and there were no incidences of anyone contracting the virus.

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Lisa Skube
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Lisa Skube

Have worked out for decades and LA Fitness was only allowing 50 people in at a time, cleaning stations everywhere & masks required. GYMS ARE NOT RESTAURANTS - folks do not take masks off to eat... If at issue, close down aerobic machines - it is crazy to NOT let people be healthy, follow rules.

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Robert Northrup
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Robert Northrup

The only reason I wear a mask is to keep local businesses open. My cancer surviving 70 year old sister had COVID-19 in early December and her husband never got it. He was also a cancer survivor and they credit vitamin D, who knows.

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Nick Kidwell
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Nick Kidwell

When done properly, gym equipment is already wiped down between users. If an added layer of sanitizing happened, that would help. There would also need to be some way to control saliva droplets during exercise.

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Sonya P
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Sonya P

Because Covid is a hoax

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Rick Allen
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Rick Allen

Yes if I did not have to wear a mask, no way I could work out wearing a mask. It is irrelevant for me anyway there are no decent gyms in Redmond, I will build my own gym in my garage.

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Stacey Rogers
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Stacey Rogers

Yes, all businesses and schools should open

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Greg Sabin
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Greg Sabin

because we live in a free society where our guaranteed rights as citizens allow us to make choices without the heavy hand of the gov't pushing down on us and forcing us to comply. (see Stalinism).

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No! Not yet, anyway.

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Aubrey Sheridan
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Aubrey Sheridan

It's still too unsafe. Our number of cases in deschutes county has almost tripled from the previous height back in July and August. Without people following protocols, limiting group size and keeping a small bubble the gymnasium offers a great opportunity for there to be an outbreak. It's too soon.

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Yasap Ta
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Yasap Ta

1 in 1000 people have died of covid in the US, it's getting worse. 1 in 74 people in CO currently have covid. Not worth the risk of getting it, spreading it, being a covid long hauler, dying, or causing someone else's death. Be a responsible member of society people!

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Robert Northrup
Robert Northrup

283,001 people died of Pneumonia out of 291,757 associated with COVID-19. COVID might have contributed to some of the deaths but Pneumonia killed the vast majority.

Do you know anyone who's struggling to find housing?
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188 Votes

Do you know anyone who's struggling to find housing?

Yes, I do!

0

No, I don't.

0

Yes, I do!

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No, I don't.

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Do you celebrate Halloween?
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306 Votes

Do you celebrate Halloween?

Yes, I go all out!

0

No, I don't celebrate!

2

Yes, I go all out!

0 Comments
No one has commented yet

No, I don't celebrate!

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Rick Allen
0
Rick Allen

Not only do I NOT celebrate it I deplore it! So much dark and demonic activity. it is a reason for mayhem and mischief, ransacking school buses, throwing eggs, smashed up pumpkins in the road, teaching children to beg for candy, evil people putting razor blades in apples and chocolate or poison!

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Dianne Price
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Dianne Price

Don't have kids & no one comes here.

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