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California imposes another mask mandate, threatens bans, and Governor Newsom owns it

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Little more than 40 days have passed since June 15, 2021 in California, when most of the COVID restrictions were lifted. The Californians were almost back to normal, enjoying the summer, vacation, beaches, and mountains, but it was too good to be true.

Some of us warned that as long as Governor Gavin Newsom maintains his emergency powers, which he has had for 488 days (as of March 4, 2020), he could knock out all of the state’s 40 million residents on a whim if he acted cruelly felt … or when polls didn’t look good for his future … or he needed a big distraction for a brewing scandal …

After July 28, 2021 U.S. Department of Health Mandatory Mask Order That adds a “recommendation” for universal indoor masking across the state, it also adds adult and elderly care facilities that require everyone to wear masks indoors, and references new requirements for unvaccinated workers in the State Health Ordinance Officer July 26, Sacramento County couldn’t have joined the mask mandate any sooner.

The Sacramento County’s Health Ordinance, dated July 30, 2021, requires that face covering be worn in all Sacramento County’s public facilities regardless of vaccination status.

Almost immediately, coffeehouses, restaurants, grocery stores, and large physical stores followed suit by pulling out their ill-tempered signs ordering customers that they would not be served if they didn’t wear a face mask … although you don’t have to wear the mask in the same place, when you eat. Imagine that.

One would assume that business owners could have learned a hard lesson or two from bans, partial reopenings, further bans, masking, vaccine abuse and coercion, statewide business bans, school bans, church bans, permanent businesses, closings, bankruptcies, and increased suicides in the past 17 months Drug overdoses.

This is the Sacramento County’s COVID dashboard that displays hospital stays, “cases,” and emergency room visits. Where’s the Emergency in Sacramento’s 10 Major Hospitals? There is no foundation, data or science to justify this insane mandate and the underlying threat of further bans.

As of July 30, 2020, 90 were in intensive care in Sacramento County. Today there are 38. On July 30, 2020, there were 281 hospitalized “cases”. Today it’s 197. And remember, a lot of them are in the hospital then and now for a different reason, but they also tested positive for COVID.

Sacramento County COVID Dashboard. (Photo: saccounty.net/COVID)

This is the Sacramento County’s COVID dashboard that shows “cases” and deaths demographics by gender, ethnicity, and age. Note that of the “cases” or those tested and found positive, the age group of 20 to 29 year olds is the highest. But when it escalates to hospitalization and then death, this age group almost falls off the table and the 80+ age group dominates:

Sacramento County COVID Dashboard. (Photo: saccounty.net/COVID)

Sacramento County has 1,578,680 residents. This is the vaccination status (below) of the district with 838,374 vaccinated people, of whom 369,575 are vaccinated at the age of 65+:

Sacramento County COVID Dashboard. (Photo: saccounty.net/COVID)

Some guidance, please?

An example of leadership skills: SEIU President Richard Louis Brown, the newly elected chairman of California’s largest union, SEIU Local 1000, which represents 100,000 of California’s 246,000 government employees, does not endorse vaccination cards or masks in the workplace. SacBee.com reported:

The head of the California state government’s largest union signaled on Wednesday that he wants to combat Governor Gavin Newsom’s mandate that all state employees either show vaccination records or wear masks and undergo regular COVID-19 tests.

“Local 1000 is listening to you! Refrain from and refrain from against GAVIN! Finally a REAL LABOR UNION that fights for ALL represented employees! ”SEIU Local 1000 President Richard Louis Brown wrote on Twitter on Wednesday morning.

Brown’s tweet included a copy of a letter his union sent to the California Department of Personnel, and it’s a Doozy.

@sacbee_news @SacBeeEditBoard @amychance @TheStateWorker @GavinNewsom
Local 1000 listens to you! Refrain from and refrain from against GAVIN!
Finally a REAL LABOR UNION that fights for ALL represented employees! pic.twitter.com/exTTD5LJTD

– Richard the Real 7437 (@ RichardReal7437) July 28, 2021

Most entrepreneurs are afraid of being closed again. If they don’t even fight back, however, they will almost guarantee that in the future they will be closed anytime the state and commune tyrants feel like it.

Where does it stop Not anytime soon, if Governor Gavin Newsom gets his way. Newsom issued a press release on Friday boasting of its success in vaccines and masking: “For the past week, some of California’s largest employers – both private companies and local governments – have followed Governor Newsom’s example in implementing vaccine policies. and test measures for employees followed, “said Gov .. said Newsom. “After California introduced new vaccine verification and testing requirements for state and health care workers on Monday, and President Biden followed suit last Thursday, employers introduced similar measures to thousands of employees across the state.”

Sacramento’s non-strong mayor Darrell Steinberg immediately followed suit and tweeted, “I support Gov. @GavinNewsom about to request a #Covid vaccination or regular tests from employees. I believe that at @TheCityofSac we should do the same in the interests of our employees and customers. ”(Steinberg lost his election trying to convince Sacramento voters to become a“ strong mayor ”.)

Today’s Mayor of San Diego, Nathan Fletcher, raced for first place in the compliance line with Mayor Steinberg: “SD-Kreis will follow the example @GavinNewsom and the state of California, which require vaccine certification for our employees. “

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti and City Council President Nury Martinez announced today that they would be pushing for mandatory COVID-19 vaccines for city workers, starting with a requirement that workers have either proof of vaccination submit or a weekly negative test. “

“The Delta variant is up to 60% more contagious. Now is the time to get vaccinated. It is save. It is effective. And it can save your life, ”tweeted Dr. Gavin Newsom.

Californian MP Kevin Kiley, who is running for governor on removal, summed up all of this in a tweet on Friday: “The stakes in the removal are higher than ever.”

The stakes in the recall are higher than ever

– Kevin Kiley (@KevinKileyCA) July 30, 2021

As your Globe editor tweeted on Monday: “@GavinNewsom went from promoting herd immunity in California to “We’re facing a pandemic of the unvaccinated” today. He said last week that 76.6% of Californians received the vaccine, “but that’s not good enough!” How is 23.4% “a pandemic of the unvaccinated”?

@GavinNewsom went from promoting herd immunity in California to “We’re dealing with an unvaccinated pandemic today”. He said last week 76.6% of Californians received the vaccine, “but that’s not good enough!”
How is 23.4% “a pandemic of the unvaccinated?” Https://t.co/3J6bVIiX2I

– Katy Grimes (@KATYSaccitizen) July 26, 2021

We have never tested healthy Americans for the flu virus. During any given flu season, only 25% -27% of the population will get the flu shot. And many of those vaccinated are still getting the flu, as is the case with COVID. That makes 73% – 75% of the population unvaccinated during the regular flu season.

We’re only 23.4% unvaccinated against COVID in California. That’s pretty amazing … “but not good enough!” For Dr. Gavin Newsom.

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