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Parent of Ohio U. Student Describes Horrible Conditions for Dorm Quarantine

Parent of Ohio U. Student Describes Horrible Conditions for Dorm Quarantine

“The established protocols at Ohio University are in accordance with the Ohio Department of Health”

If I had a child in college and this was happening, I would pull them out. Why would anyone put up with this?

Campus Reform reports:

EXCLUSIVE: ‘He is hungry, isolated, cold’: Parent of Ohio U student sounds alarm on quarantine dorm experience

A concerned Ohio University parent is blowing the whistle on the quality of the school’s quarantine dorms after her son’s visit resulted in limited access to food.

Margo Seybolt vocalized her concerns to Special Assistant to the President for Public Health Operations Gillian Ice, through which she cited limited access to food as one of the challenges her son, Emanuel Seybolt, experienced during his three-day quarantine after returning to campus for the spring semester.

“He ordered food at 6:43pm and never received a meal. He is saying he is hungry, isolated, cold, tired of hearing the person next to him coughing and the banging noises below him,” Seybolt wrote in an email to Ice obtained by Campus Reform.

Ice responded to the email to express the protocols of the university align with the Ohio Department of Health, and stated her regrets for the “inconvenience.”

“The established protocols at Ohio University are in accordance with the Ohio Department of Health and designed to keep the campus as safe as possible,” Ice wrote. “ I regret that this has been an inconvenience for him.”

Emanuel was instructed to quarantine in the university-sponsored dormitory on Jan. 10 after being notified of a positive PCR test taken on Jan. 6. Per university guidelines, all students who reside in university housing were required to take a Covid-19 test prior to returning to campus in January.

While in the quarantine dorms, students are not permitted to leave the room unless for approved activities such as laundry, testing, or emergencies.

Food is permitted to be delivered, however, from either delivery sites such as Instacart or Doordash, or can be ordered online using the Culinary Service department’s form. Emanuel reported utilizing the form on Jan. 10. However, the order was not delivered until the next day.

“I didn’t get any food or anything,” Emanuel told Campus Reform. “I was worried, like what if this keeps happening?”

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The Gentle Grizzly | January 31, 2022 at 12:29 pm

“ Special Assistant to the President for Public Health Operations”

Question: does the special assistant have an assistant to assist her in her duties as being a special assistant?

I hardly think that no food or cold temperatures are dictated by the public health dept–this sounds like a canned email that gets sent out to parents complaining.

    The Gentle Grizzly in reply to rochf. | January 31, 2022 at 7:23 pm

    A 21st century version of “the bedbug letter”.

    Quite Confused in reply to rochf. | February 2, 2022 at 5:04 am

    Your thinking too retro with the canned form letter in detail although spot on in the spirit of it
    It’s just that artifical intelligence adds such an inhuman and insidious wrinkle to the matter and We have archaic and inadaquite linguistic tools with which to frame Our conception and therefore Our thinking about whats occuring right now
    Everyone I know concieves of these big tech internet companies like faebukacae, gobble and twater as being the sort of people powered buisness requiring a staff of human beings to do their day to day things but that’s pretty much the antithesus of what these automated algorythemically powered concerns manifest and there’s a very real possibality that that email wasn’t a form letter reply but generated by a.i.
    The trap comes when You become comfortable with axiomatic thinking and accept the assumptive framing as fact
    I recently unintentionally upset a friend by “not getting it” when questioning where the gold was He’d just invested in when shown some paperwork “I” was being delibertly obtuse and stupid and that frustrated and angered Him from His pov but I just asked a question and wasn’t being snide or smartarsed just curious and unaware of any exposed nerves along the path I was heading down
    The self appointed masters of the backassedwardsly structured totalitarian nwo technocracy the currently enginered mass hysteria is pushing to institute are presenting the primrose path in hd 4k high fidelity encouraging more and more of Us drones to enter Our faces into the glass teat to feel impactful while the streets are quiet and empty because You virtually can’t get anything done by watching a monitor and nothing else
    And note how there’s no opposite term for exiting ones face from the glass teat
    Ich weiss das Ich nicht weiss
    https://youtu.be/DEn758DVF9I

“I didn’t get any food or anything,” Emanuel told Campus Reform. “I was worried, like what if this keeps happening?”

IMMEDIATELY investigate the school for federal “food insecurity” issues.

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