Wednesday, February 9, 2022

End the Lockdowns, End the Mandates, End the Madness; All States Report Declining or Stabilizing COVID Cases, and other C-Virus related stories

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End the Lockdowns, End the Mandates, End the Madness:/b>
We’ve had enough. To be sure, many of us had had enough before government officials launched the very first lockdown — we could see where this was headed, and we knew it would not be pretty. For others, it’s taken two long years to get to this point. All over the world, increasing numbers have concluded that their government’s responses to COVID-19 were misguided from the start, and they are demanding change. With the release of a new academic study last week that shows that lockdowns had “little to no effect” on mortality rates and “should be rejected out of hand as a pandemic policy,” we are left wondering — why has President Biden not simply declared the lockdown and vaccine mandate policy over?
In Canada, truckers formed a 40-mile “Freedom Convoy” and brought traffic to a standstill for days in the nation’s capital. In the United Kingdom, Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s government hangs by a thread resulting from opposition to his COVID-19 lockdowns. In France, President Emmanuel Macron threatens the unvaccinated. In Australia, citizens are copying the truckers in Canada — protesters formed a similar “Convoy to Canberra.” And here in the United States, just a few Sundays ago, 30,000 fellow citizens gathered in freezing temperatures at the Lincoln Memorial to employ their First Amendment rights to protest vaccine mandates and plan their own trucker convoy.
In the U.K., the backlash against the prime minister was further fueled when it was revealed that he had hosted parties at 10 Downing Street while his government was enforcing a strict lockdown policy. Too many in the media misunderstand the backlash — they tell us it’s because Mr. Johnson wasn’t following his own rules, he was being a hypocrite, he was being an elitist. --->READ MORE HERE
All states report declining or stabilizing COVID cases
All states across the US are seeing COVID-19 cases decline or stabilize following a surge fueled by the Omicron variant, the latest data shows.
The number of new infections nationwide has plunged 61 percent since peaking less than a month ago, according to federal data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Daily cases were averaging more than 800,000 at the height of the Omicron surge on Jan. 15. Now, cases are averaging just over 313,000 per day, the data shows.
New nationwide infections have dropped 56 percent in the last two weeks alone.
California, Florida, Illinois, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania are among the states that have seen huge case declines since last month, the data shows. --->READ MORE HERE
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