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@DeItaone By not doing it?
@danrucinski @b_crane1 @livrockeman @fightfor15 @katiadmi I wasn't making a value judgment. These businesses may well not be viable. The point is that balancing the labor market doesn't necessarily mean hiring more or the same total workers at higher wages, it could also mean fewer at higher wages. Not saying this is bad, it just is.
@WallingfordRie1 @b_crane1 @livrockeman @fightfor15 @katiadmi Raising wages by "a nickel" won't do much. Raising wages by a few dollars in a low margin business like a restaurant or small retail can be the difference between viable or not. Don't assume there is infinite demand or infinite profit margin, there usually isn't.
@smlwaves @b_crane1 @livrockeman @fightfor15 @katiadmi I wouldn't assume "people at the top" of these businesses are all highly paid. There are plenty of mom and pop restaurants, retail, etc. that struggle and maybe get by or even make a decent living, but the people at the "top" are hardly Bezos.
@ArchoProbato @perdidostschool @uche_blackstock That would ruin the plan.
@perdidostschool @uche_blackstock And even then still only 10%
@UrlNat @ASlavitt This is not true, the rule (vax or test or quarantine) is the same. However, residents can quarantine at home which is not very well enforced.
@LordWisdom6 @cannabananaRN @ASlavitt @TheePurity The moon doesn't deserve that.
@ASlavitt The requirement for Hawaii is vaccinated only, no testing, and no contact tracing. Hawaii feels (and may very well be) constrained by CDC guidance stating domestic travel by vaccinated people requires no further precautions. Maybe the latter should be reconsidered.
@yaneerbaryam Alternately, as some revealed preferences suggest, go for 2x.
@b_crane1 @livrockeman @fightfor15 @katiadmi It does but there is another side to this (also free market capitalism). Some businesses won't be viable, reducing demand for labor. The balance will come both from attracting more labor and needing less.
@Noahpinion Not making a judgment on the individuals here, but you can absolutely defraud even if you have a real product.
@notdred @hyperplanes You don't get sued for securities fraud by putting out bullshit hype press releases in academia.
@eliowa And had real lockdowns, and lockdowns into 2021, and requires rapid tests for everyday indoor activities, has higher vaccination rates, etc.
Cherry picking is dishonest.
@VincentRK Canada being older is PART of it.
@Nutmeg031992 @Daniel_Riou @LarryKazamias @michaelmina_lab Well that too, I added another reply. They could at least have the option of creating a sort of bubble. Not a guarantee they would go for it, but some probably would. But there just no way that these sorts of events could get the hundreds of thousands of tests needed now.
@Nutmeg031992 @Daniel_Riou @LarryKazamias @michaelmina_lab Even if not society-wide, with high availability and low cost, conventions could require attendees to test every day or two. That's impossible now, there is no way to get hundreds of thousands of tests done, even if willing to pay $7 each.
@Nutmeg031992 @Daniel_Riou @LarryKazamias @michaelmina_lab "Work" here means reduce prevalence to almost nothing, as Mina's models claim. That would very likely be enough to make a difference to conventions. That requires low cost, wide distribution, and high usage. Just you or me buying at test at a pharmacy would not.