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COVID-19 Madness

baysieguy1

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How’s everyone coping through this COVID-19 madness?
I am not sure how do deal with the hysteria and panic I’m seeing everywhere
 

Atelier3

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I’m just staying at home since I can work best from there and ordering my necessities online. I did go for a walk past the supermarket and it’s seemed like chaos.

Worst part about it is my kid now can’t get a casual job now and expects me to carry him through the pandemic with little effort on his part.
 

baysieguy1

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I’m just staying at home since I can work best from there and ordering my necessities online. I did go for a walk past the supermarket and it’s seemed like chaos.

Worst part about it is my kid now can’t get a casual job now and expects me to carry him through the pandemic with little effort on his part.
Anything available from the federal or state stimulus?
Also I heard the supermarkets are looking for casual staff at the moment
 

JessFR

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Then again, would you rather your kid financially contribute? Or would you rather reduce the odds of him getting sick and giving it to you?

I gotta admit this Coronavirus shit isn't doing my mental health any favors.
 

Atelier3

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Anything available from the federal or state stimulus?
Also I heard the supermarkets are looking for casual staff at the moment
Not so far. The supermarkets are his best chance but he thinks it is beneath his dignity to stack shelves. Unbelievable i

Then again, would you rather your kid financially contribute? Or would you rather reduce the odds of him getting sick and giving it to you?

I gotta admit this Coronavirus shit isn't doing my mental health any favors.
That’s a tough one. It’s not just about the money - it’s about the moral importance / value of earning and contributing in life. However, in the end if it saves me from being infected it would be a worthy investment. Unfortunately that’s unlikely as he continues to go out and party each night catching god knows what from god knows who.
 

Ashley

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Just putting this up here for anyone it may be relevant for.

NSW Users and AIDS Association (NUAA):

"To make sure that everyone on the Opioid Treatment Program continues to have access to their dose during this time, the regulations and restrictions around takeaways are being changed. Check out our resource to help you understand how this will effect you, and some useful tips for managing this!"

COVID-19 and your Opioid Treatment Program

Stay safe out there. <3
 

JessFR

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If only I still lived in NSW.
I live in QLD and all the medical people around me seem to be idiots.

My pharmacist says I need to talk to my doctor.
My doctor says I need to talk to ATODS.
And ATODS will tell me to talk to my doctor again because he's a private prescriber.

Why can't I ever.... Just once.. Have a doctor who doesn't tell me shit that I know is completely wrong. Cause it actually is the doctors responsibility to sort this shit out. The pharmacist and ATODS are right.
 

Wiserthanearlier

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Stay at home, wait this out. Adhere to the precaution. Plant a garden, learn a language or something.

When war occurred in the past we had to send our loved ones into battle. This one is somewhat easier in perspective, just disruptive to our easy lives. We all need to stay at home to win this war.
 
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