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The policy we adopted is quite strict/cautious & based on information below.

    202009xx - start
    20201009 quick overview ?
    20201025 ping →PD

Ties to:
    * 🔗pandemic
    * 🔗newcomers ### link up !!!
    * 🔗protocol-aux
    * AUX🔗protocol-quarantine
    * [...]


* Precautions during travel

* wear FFP2+ and eye protection before-during-after flight
    keep the best mask you can get for the in-plane situation!

* standard distancing:
    don't talk to people without wearing a mask
    in case of not enough social distance onboard, move to another seat or try convincing your neighbours to do so 
        (like in case your sitting at window seat,... )

* standard hygiene:
    * wash your hands whenever you tough something
    * don't touch you face
    * [...]

A) Aux camp

### check !!!!!!

When L came back, we put her in an auxiliary tent for 10 days:
    (from memory, 5-7→50%, 10→80% 14→90% asymptomatic coverage).
We got her:
    * a tent, etc
    * a power socket to plug in
    * an e-reader
    * a bi-daily food drop off
    * a showel
Offer is open, and extends to you as well. :))

B) negative test after arrival

(? no idea how this works)

C) quarantine outside CHT

get an external (tourist) accommodation for the time being...

BUT, how do we ensure that Newcomer X does not spend time partying and rubbing with everybody on the island, especially the international tourist bunch?
we would need extra considerations for this - maybe already now, probably definitely soon/later (when Fuerte also has a darker epidemiological picture).

* Reintegration

* pack stuff and clean tent (duh)

* come to main camp morning of last day

* [...]

* → Pandemic Life


Social interactions & distancing ...

    * always wear mask
    * never talk in direction of non-quarantine people
    * keep 1m distance
    * position yourself downwind from others

full proofing:
    * how to maintain distance with people who don't ge it
    * how to asses a catastrophic fail + go into self-isolation

[+] the nature

swimming, trekking, etc.
maintaining distance.

[+] the camp is a bubble

    we should be able to
talk, swim, meet, drink a beer!
    especially for newcomers this would be a very weird intro into cht

[-] no restaurants

    we prefer to keep our money
    we cook well →
    they're unreliable - cannot evade the pull of culture (stepped inside one the other day to buy bread - 5 people without a mask at bar, also people in kitchen. i dont see a need for it.)

[-] no general partying in tourist areas

because nobody wears masks, they're not quarantining, and "they're coughing because they smoke"

[!] shopping

we do shopping every fortnight
with ffp2/ffp3
but mostly order food & general shopping

🔗food (review - would you miss anything?)

[?] going to a bar and having a beer outside

if it's open air
and ??? some common sense sanity check is enforced:
    including "the situation went out of bounds" checks
then ... could be ok?
for people with good judgement

[!] meetings and hanging out

* some sort of a sense
* basic precautions (ffp masked, distanced, hand-alcoholized)

[?] regular neighbours

these are the people that you meet all the time, and it's difficult to impose a new culture
they will always invite you close
but important nontheless.

current CHT contacts:
    * getting water from pilar
    * bread from nani & santi
    * home visits @ yeray

[!] random neighbours

<------------------ (new) PANDEMIC LIFE ↑↑↑

*** INFO

Ties to 🔗pandemic !

[!!] Where is it most dangerous places to get infected?

... Is it the air travel?


[!!] How safe is air travel?

    ??? ###


According to experts, the risk of catching the coronavirus on a plane is relatively low if the airline is following the procedures laid out by public health experts: enforcing mask compliance, spacing out available seats and screening for sick passengers.
“If you look at the science across all diseases, you see few outbreaks” on planes, Allen said. “It’s not the hotbed of infectivity that people think it is.”


when an infected couple flew from China to Canada on 22 January, none of the other 350 passengers on the 15-hour flight were infected. Masks were worn.
Many airports check people’s temperatures before they board, and airlines now disinfect planes between flights and require passengers to wear masks. The air on planes is also replaced every 3 to 5 minutes, and the air that is recirculated goes through HEPA filters that should remove almost all droplets containing viruses.
“The ventilation systems on planes are very effective in reducing the overall concentration of any airborne pathogen exhaled by passengers,” says Tang. The main risk may be face-to-face conversations where air can be exchanged before being pulled away – along with any conversations before or after the flight.

In the US, the risk of infection is about 1 in 4000 if a flight is full, estimates Arnold Barnett at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. If the middle seats are left empty, the risk falls to 1 in 8000.
For the UK, the equivalent risks are about 10 times lower, says Barnett. That is, there is just a 1 in 40,000 chance of infection. These are just rough estimates based on many assumptions, however.

Both via

[?] Testing upon landing


Possible Quarantine scenarios

We decided on FAR/STRICT.

    A) FUCK IT: We don't need extra quarantine
    option might be unavailable, if there is a legal requirement to quarantine

    B) CLOSE: Aux tent in main camp

    C1) FAR: Aux camp
    → 🔗protocol-aux

    C2) FAR: External accomodation

we need to develop what's alright here

    D) NONE: Don't travel at all
   accept nobody during quarantine/containment periods

On quarantine timing

    ( per )
    * On average it takes 5–6 days from when someone is infected with the virus for symptoms to show.
    * however it can take up to 14 days

    * 2 week quarantine == default, 90% certainty

(separate camp)
Cache left for pickup.


From a scientific point of view, 96% of infected people can be identified during a 14-day quarantine. “In principle, this is still the quarantine duration recommended by international organisations such as the World Health Organisation (WHO) and the European CDC,” Van Gucht said.

    * 10 days quarenting == 70% certainty

With a 10-day quarantine, 90% of infected people can still be identified

    * 5 - 7 day quarentaine == 50% certainty

“For a 7-day quarantine, we have to calculate that 50% of the people still have to develop the disease,” he said, adding that for half of infected people, symptoms occur somewhere between day 5 and 7 after contact.

*** PAD

[→!!] put van @jablito.barranco

looks possible to drive there

[!→] Lies trucko extra space

    * how to org workflow:
        * consider building extra space outside?
            like adding at least some construction that will offer shade during day
            so we don't have to sit all the time together in van...
        * [...]

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