Monday, August 9, 2021

Joe’s Welcome Mat Spurred a Superspreader Extravaganza; Biden Mulls Vaccine Travel Mandates While Migrants With COVID-19 are Let Over Border, and other C-Virus related stories

Yuri Gripas / Pool via CNP
Joe’s welcome mat spurred a superspreader extravaganza:
President Joe Biden is the root cause of today’s COVID-19 superspreader extravaganza on the southern frontier. His come-and-get-it, no-borders policy offers a Laurel and Hardy welcome to COVID-infected illegal aliens. Biden’s red carpet for COVID carriers on the US-Mexico boundary — atop his mandatory vaccines for US military personnel and vaccination papers for lawful foreign visitors — epitomizes hypocrisy, reckless endangerment and quite likely negligent homicide.
Mayor Javier Villalobos (R– McAllen, Texas) issued a Declaration of Local Disaster on Monday. According to a municipal-government statement published Wednesday: “Since mid-February of 2021, there have been over 7,000 confirmed COVID-19-positive immigrants released into the city of McAllen by CBP [Customs and Border Protection], including over 1,500 new cases in the past seven days.”
Also, 135 illegals in CBP’s Rio Grande Valley sector tested positive in July’s first half, up 900 percent versus the previous 14 months.
Patrons at a Whataburger restaurant in La Joya, Texas, fretted on July 26 when several other diners coughed, sneezed and failed to wear masks. According to police, these migrants said they were caught by the Border Patrol, released and tested positive for COVID. --->READ MORE HERE
Biden mulls vaccine travel mandates while migrants with COVID-19 are let over border:
The Biden administration is reportedly preparing to mandate vaccines for all incoming foreign travelers but is releasing thousands of migrants carrying COVID-19 into the country.
An administration official told Reuters that the action marks the country's first step toward loosening travel restrictions for noncitizens, which have been in place since the first days of the pandemic. Affected areas include the European Union's Schengen Area, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Brazil, India, and China.
White House press secretary Jen Psaki would not directly answer questions in late July about whether or not the government would lift COVID-19 travel bans should airlines require incoming international passengers to show proof of vaccines and has sought to avoid putting a timeline on the full lifting of restrictions.
"We would all like to see not just for tourism but for families to be reunited," she said. "There are a range of topics in those discussions that are ongoing. The president receives regular briefings on them, but we rely on public health and medical advice on when we're going to determine changes to be made." --->READ MORE HERE
Follow links below to related stories and resources:
Yes, the Chaotic Border Is a COVID Superspreader

FDA set to authorize COVID booster shots for immunocompromised

USA TODAY: Coronavirus Updates

WSJ: Coronavirus Live Updates

YAHOO NEWS: Coronavirus Live Updates

NEW YORK POST: Coronavirus The Latest

If you like what you see, please "Like" us on Facebook either here or here. Please follow us on Twitter here.

No comments: