Mandatory Masks Have Very Little To Do With Safety and Everything To Do With Social Control To Keep Us In Constant State of Confinement

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Everyone in Far Left Washington state, minus a few exceptions, will now have to wear a #COVID19 #facemask, and will be charged with a #misdemeanor crime if they fail to do so.

Have you ever watched flood waters rise on a street, the kind that you will often see with hurricane swells? If you have, then you know that when the water level gets so high on a road you prior to that could drive on, that contained in those flood waters was debris and garbage of every conceivable kind. A veritable witch’s brew of waste.

So it is now with everything the #NewWorldOrder is forcing upon us, they are attacking relentlessly, from every angle, all the time. The idea is to not let you catch your breath, no pun of any kind intended. They are literally trying to take our breath away. Now put your masks on, sit down and shut up. “And with the arms of a flood shall they be overflown from before him, and shall be broken; yea, also the prince of the covenant. And after the league made with him he shall work deceitfully: for he shall come up, and shall become strong with a small people.” Daniel 11:22,23 (KJB)

The New England Journal of Medicine writes that “the desire for widespread masking is a reflexive reaction to anxiety over the pandemic”, and the global elites are making full use of our innate fear of COVID-19, and so much the more so as they bombard us with fear-laden messaging around the clock. So now it’s a crime to not wear a mask? Soon it will be public executions to make an example out of the ones who refuse to comply. Think that can’t happen? You better go read up on #NaziGermany, it did happen, and it will happen again.

MANDATORY MASKS HAVE VERY LITTLE TO DO WITH SAFETY AND EVERYTHING TO DO WITH SOCIAL CONTROL TO KEEP US IN A CONSTANT STATE OF CONFINEMENT

Far Left Washington state to require face masks after county runs out of hospital beds

FROM CBS NEWS: In a Tuesday press conference, Inslee said the state is experiencing an “uptick” in COVID-19 activity, and that to stop it, the state needs to “remain vigilant and diligent and resourceful.”

“The number of people that one person infects is now going up,” Inslee said, adding that every coronavirus-infected individual in the state is potentially infecting around three other people. As of Tuesday evening, there are 28,870 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Washington, and more than 4,000 hospitalizations, according to the state’s Department of Health. Yakima County, which sits just southeast of Seattle, has the second highest numbers in the state — and said it has run out of hospital beds to help battle the virus.

On June 19, the Yakima Health District said in a release that Virginia Mason Memorial “had no intensive care or non-intensive care beds available.” “There were multiple patients waiting for hospital bed space overnight,” the district added. “This was after at least 17 patients had already been transferred out of the county. Several individuals are still currently waiting for available bed space.” Yakima is now the epicenter of the virus in the state, Inslee said.

Tri-State to Require Visitors From COVID Hotspots to Quarantine

FROM NEWS 4 NEW YORK: The governors of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut said Wednesday they will implement a mandatory quarantine on visitors to their states from viral hotspots, part of a coordinated effort to sustain low local infection rates as coronavirus cases surge to two-month highs across nearly half of the country.

New York City, the former epicenter of the national epidemic, now boasts one of the lowest COVID transmission rates in the nation. New study data from COVID Act Now shows New York and New Jersey are two of just three states on track to contain COVID. Meanwhile, new U.S. coronavirus cases have soared to levels last seen in April as the pandemic first worsened across America. “We need to do things right inside the four walls in our respective states,” Gov. Phil Murphy said at a Wednesday news conference with Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Gov. Ned Lamont. “The last thing we need to do right now is to subject our folks to another round.” Young adults are accounting for an increasing share of new COVID cases, raising alarms at both national and local levels. In New Jersey, people ages 18 to 29 have accounted for nearly a quarter of new June virus cases, compared with just 12 percent of new cases in April. Gov. Phil Murphy has warned he may have to pause his state’s reopening process if the daily upticks turn into a trend. Both Cuomo and Lamont previously raised the prospect of having visitors self-quarantine for two weeks if they were coming from parts of the country with high or rising rates of COVID-19.

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The pandemic is raging in South America, particularly in Brazil,
Ecuador and Peru. SARS-CoV-2 is under control in China, but in
Iran it is not. And in Europe, where most countries have weathered
the first wave and open borders to save a compromised tourist season, is now wondering if and for how long this biological
drôle de guerre could last.

Science has moved ahead, too. We have seen a more complex
picture of COVID-19 and new clinical syndromes; the first data
from vaccine trials; first results from randomized controlled
drug studies; encouraging publications on monoclonal neutralizing antibodies and serological evidence about the number of people who have come into contact with SARS-CoV-2. Unfortunately, we have also seen the first science scandal with fake data published in highly ranked journals. And we face new challenges like long-term effects of COVID-19 and a Kawasaki-like inflammatory multisystem syndrome in children.

For quite some time, prevention will continue to be the primary
pillar of pandemic control. In future waves of the SARS-CoV-2
pandemic, we will focus on the conditions under which SARSCoV-
2 is best transmitted: crowded, closed (and noisy) places and
spaces. Although hospitals are not noisy, they are crowded and
closed, and the battle against the new coronavirus will be decided
at the very center of our healthcare system. Over the next
months and maybe years, one of all of our top priorities will be
to give all healthcare workers and patients perfect personal protective equipment.

The HPV Vaccine: An Ethical Dilemma

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Mass Exodus out of Big Cities on Both Coasts Taking Place

In all of U.S. history, we have never seen anything like “the mass exodus of 2020”. Hundreds of thousands of people are leaving the major cities on both coasts in search of a better life.  Homelessness, crime and drug use were already on the rise in many of our large cities prior to 2020, but many big-city residents were willing to put up with a certain amount of chaos in order to maintain their lifestyles.  However, the #COVID19 pandemic and months of #civilunrest have finally pushed a lot of people over the edge.  Moving companies on both coasts are doing a booming business as wealthy and middle-class families flee at a blistering pace, and most of those families do not plan to ever return.

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