Tulare County Defies California Health Orders With Reopening
In response, Gov. Gavin Newsom’s administration threatened the county’s ability to access state and federal disaster funds.
“Should Tulare County experience a surge in COVID-19 cases as a result of hasty and careless actions, the county may be ineligible for reimbursement” through state and federal dollars, Mark Ghilarducci, director of the Governor’s Office of Emergency Services
The fight between the local areas and the state government is heating up as many areas are unhappy with the slow progress being made towards reopening the state. Governor Gavin Newsom and the other corrupt California Democrats are very reluctant to allow this crisis to end before they have a chance to institute their agenda and influence the 2020 elections.
And just like that the media is also reporting a sudden “spike” in coronavirus cases in the Tulare County area, but even this dire warning from the media isn’t slowing the momentum of the reopen. When you have a county of over 440,000 people you aren’t going to keep your lives shutdown over a few dozen tragic deaths. Life must go on, and for many places it will go on whether Gavin Newsom says if it is OK or not.
Tulare County’s nursing homes in particular are struggling with the coronavirus: 51 deaths and infections among nearly 30% of the more than 1,100 residents. Local officials blame the state, which regulates nursing homes. A few weeks ago the Newsom administration even approved a plan to put covid infected into nursing homes.
For over 99 % of people, the coronavirus causes mild or moderate symptoms, very similar to a cold or flu. For the older and more vulnerable among us the virus has proven to be deadlier, as seems to be the case with nearly every other virus that is out there. If you are obese, have heart or respiratory problems, you might find yourself at greater risk for this virus. Otherwise, there is a strong chance you will recover just fine.
Among the counties that have been given the go-ahead by Emperor Newsom to open as of Wednesday were San Luis Obispo, Napa County, and Merced County in the Central Valley.
People are sick and tired of these lockdowns and many business owners are struggling to figure out how they are going to triple or quadruple their business once allowed to reopen, especially if they are forced to follow extreme social distancing measures. The longer the Democrats try to carry this pandemic on, the more people they will turn against them. We have to make a living, we have to go on about our lives, we have to get back to the OLD normal because none of us want to live under this “new” normal.
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