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Popular Redmond taco shop expands to Bend

Lucy's Taco Shop, a popular business in Redmond, has expanded to a new location in Bend, the former home of Baja Fresh on Third Street.


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    1. Exactly. Somehow this Latinx racially appropriating business is racist and white supremacist. I heard it in some mindless babble of a college graduate.

      1. Yes, education will ruin your ability to be a regressive, recist, hillbilly and should be avoided at all costs as you have done. ROTFLMAO!!!! Soooooo much winning!!!!
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    1. COVID-19 cannot be spread through food, as long as you don’t stick the food in your nose or your eyes (if it were present in the food.
      Link to CDC report
      Link to WHO pdf download report
      Potential transmission of COVID-19 via food
      It is highly unlikely that people can contract COVID-19 from food or food packaging. *COVID-19 is a respiratory illness and the primary transmission route is through person-to-person contact and through direct contact with respiratory droplets generated when an infected person coughs or sneezes.
      There is no evidence to date of viruses that cause respiratory illnesses being transmitted via food or food packaging. Coronaviruses cannot multiply in food; they need an animal or human host to multiply.

      Stay scared, stay stupid, comply without question

      1. LOL!!!!! Sooooooo much winning!!! CDC and WHO are spot on!!! Too bad big fat lyin donny has totally failed!!!! The “war time” president couldn’t even secure his little rally hall let alone the streets, towns and cities of America!!! 3 months and 3 TRILLION dollars later and here we are with as many cases as we had in march AND 120,000 DEAD Americans.
        Golf and awhore anyone!!! trump / putin 2020!!! MAKE WHORES MINIMUM WAGE AGAIN!!!

      2. SARS-CoV-19 is transmitted primarily through “droplets” while coughing, sneezing, laughing, singing, and even just talking. Let’s say someone making your food (not wearing a mask) is an asymptomatic carrier. They laugh at a joke some other employee (also not wearing a mask) told. The droplets make it to the food, and it gets consumed, possibly by someone in a high-risk demographic.
        You’re right. The food itself is not a carrier. The humans preparing the food are. That’s why businesses require employees to wear masks.
        You don’t have to be scared if you educate yourself and take the necessary precautions. You should really take some of your own advice and question your the info you get.

        1. I think the CDC is a valid source, the WHO needs to be double checked…those are the referenced sources.

          As far as a human body receiving virus, the vulnerable entry points are the membranes in the nose and sinus, and the eyes. Virus is not a bacteria, and when present on food it poses no risk of transmission throughout the digestive system (including mouth).

          The OHA guidlines are not effective until today (June 25). You are right, though, if they are dealing with the public, they need to wear masks.

      3. OHA regulations are pretty clear about mask wearing in the food service industry (link at the bottom of my initial post). If they can’t follow that safety guideline, which others are they ignoring? And as I said before, the lady working the front counter wasn’t wearing a mask either.

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