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White House Task Force Calls For Florida Restaurants and Bars To Close Their Doors

The White House Coronavirus Task Force has announced their recommendation that Florida should close down its bars and restaurants.

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is against this proposed sweep of closures, stating:

We believe every job is essential. You work in a restaurant, we have your back. If you are a hair stylist, we protect your right to earn a living and if you are a parent we ensure your kids have the right to in-person learning. Lockdowns do not work.

Florida is currently in the red zone as far as hospitalizations go according to health officials, a large reason why the Biden administration is calling for these types of nonessential businesses to shut down.

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David
David
2 months ago

“Lockdowns do not work” may be the stupidest phrase DeSantis has ever said. Does he understand germs cannot pass between people if the people aren’t close?

Bruch
Bruch
2 months ago
Reply to  David

Lockdowns don’t work, California has been the most stringent, their numbers are no better than the rest of the country.

A Gamble
A Gamble
2 months ago
Reply to  Bruch

Exactly. At first Newsome acted superior, but it all fell apart the second he tried to open up. Unless we lockdown indefinitely it doesn’t work. FL is better off than CA and has been much less restrictive.

Paul
Paul
2 months ago
Reply to  Bruch

Lockdowns DO work. California went into a pandemic nightmare, then did a lockdown. They just started reopening. Why? Simple. The lockdown worked – the rate of infections are declining. This is really basic epidemiology that’s been understood for over 100 years and proven time and time again. There is NO scientific debate on this.

Dwight Hamilton
Dwight Hamilton
2 months ago
Reply to  Paul

Wrong

Pat
Pat
2 months ago

Wrong.

Last edited 2 months ago by Pat
Jo hemny
Jo hemny
2 months ago
Reply to  Bruch

The problem is that people aren’t acting as safely as they possibly can. It’s their fault that shut downs are needed.

Joseph
Joseph
2 months ago
Reply to  Jo hemny

Jo…couldn’t put it better myself

Sharon
Sharon
2 months ago
Reply to  Jo hemny

Exactly. If people would just wear the damn mask and stop the gatherings and parties, we could get this under control much quicker.

Kelly
Kelly
2 months ago
Reply to  Bruch

That’s correct. Lockdowns don’t work. California is no better off-

Jim
Jim
2 months ago
Reply to  Kelly

Actually, California and New York have MUCH worse numbers than Florida and the rest of the country. Point made.

Joseph
Joseph
2 months ago
Reply to  Bruch

Yes California has lockdowns. They don’t work there because the people that live there DON’T follow rules and regulations!!!. They do whatever they want and then are amazed when covid numbers rise exponentially. Idiots!!!

Andrew
Andrew
2 months ago
Reply to  Joseph

Of course everyone should follow mask mandates and lockdown procedures to slow to spread, but these were never intended to stop the spread, only slow them down. Just like influenza, we will live with SARS-CoV-2 long into the future, and need our immune systems to produce antibodies to fight it.

John Ford Jr
John Ford Jr
2 months ago
Reply to  David

DeSantis is correct. Lockdowns do not work. Case in point – California. You cannot let the cure be worse than the problem itself. Their is no greater threat to one’s health than poverty, not to mention the countless other intrinsic and extrinsic externalities of illegal government imposed lockdowns eroding at the fabric of our civil liberties. If you love lockdowns, move to a liberal jurisdiction and take your chances. That is why our founders established a system of federalism where local decisions are left to local governments that are free to do as they please. People in turn elect their… Read more »

Don Francesco
Don Francesco
2 months ago
Reply to  John Ford Jr

Huh???………..

Mike
Mike
2 months ago
Reply to  Don Francesco

You are the problem

Dann
Dann
2 months ago
Reply to  Don Francesco

Whaaaat????

Dlspiritdancer
Dlspiritdancer
2 months ago
Reply to  John Ford Jr

Couldnt have said it better myself, young man! Very proud of you! Sounds like you were an excellent student. Thanks for your brilliant comment.

Last edited 2 months ago by Dlspiritdancer
Dlspiritdancer
Dlspiritdancer
2 months ago
Reply to  John Ford Jr

Comment corrected

Last edited 2 months ago by Dlspiritdancer
Frank W
Frank W
2 months ago
Reply to  John Ford Jr

Heck, California just announced that they are stopping the lockdown.

Cindy
Cindy
2 months ago
Reply to  John Ford Jr

Yes !!! There are smart people out there !!!!!!!

Janice Ann Lyndon
Janice Ann Lyndon
2 months ago
Reply to  John Ford Jr

I agree with you all the way.

Joseph
Joseph
2 months ago
Reply to  John Ford Jr

John, I guess your solution is just let all 300+ million Americans get the virus and only about 3 and a half million will die since that’s only about 1.5 percent it’s ok.

John
John
2 months ago
Reply to  Joseph

Dude the mortality rate is 0.01 your math is awful.

Jack
Jack
2 months ago
Reply to  David

Just Ask California how there lockdowns worked out, oh that’s right it didn’t.

dawn L vasquez
dawn L vasquez
2 months ago
Reply to  David

sorry David. the States with the strictest lockdowns since March still have the highest positivity and deaths so math prevails here. Also in 1918 when that flu pandemic hit, doctors and researchers finally moved as many patients in beds onto lawns and outside as fresh are and sunshine were key in stopping this virus. (another covid virus). This is how the immune system works and it is not up for debate. it is a scientific and medical FACT. – but if you feel better staying inside behind a mask covered in hand sanitizer please feel free. Furthermore Disney has done… Read more »

Joseph
Joseph
2 months ago
Reply to  dawn L vasquez

Dawn, lockdowns go in effect AFTER the damage is done. That’s why the positivity rate, and new cases go up. When n.y. implemented the first lockdown, it went from the worst state in America to the 3rd best. Lockdowns or not, the problem is people just do whatever they want and have little or no regard for others. Americans are spoiled rotten. Always were and always will be.

Louis Syfher
Louis Syfher
2 months ago
Reply to  David

And “every job is essential” is the smartest thing he’s said

Keith Kayman
Keith Kayman
2 months ago
Reply to  Louis Syfher

Exactly, it’s essential so that a person can make a living and not depend on government like Democrats love to do. No matter the job it’s essential, except congress they are useless.

Dee
Dee
2 months ago
Reply to  David

Florida is doing much better than CA or NY. Stay away from Florida and keep your germs to yourself.

Irene stikar
2 months ago
Reply to  Dee

I agree Dee. We are fine in Florida.

Jimbo
Jimbo
2 months ago
Reply to  David

Well who is gonna pay these workers when their employer closes? The government. Yeah like that gonna happen. I am behind The Governor 100 percent. So all the biden people that want to shut down thecountry, why don’t yall pay every wage that is lost.

Patricia Peters
Patricia Peters
2 months ago
Reply to  David

I totally agree, I know it’s very important to keep jobs open because people need to work to feed and provide housing their families, but you can’t take care of them if your not around to do it. If everyone would have done their part and wore mask and stayed in when this whole thing started maybe it wouldn’t have gotten this bad to begin with. I’m sure our high risk people want to get out and do things also. Why should they be penalize Everyone needs to do their part and unit together and get rid of covid. Things… Read more »

MGuess
MGuess
2 months ago

You’re never going to get rid of covid just like all the other covid viruses are still around and lockdowns do not work . Let me guess you’re one of those people that have a job that allows you to stay home and work? So do I actually but that’s not fair to the rest of the people who have families to feed and bills to pay and keeping healthy people locked down just makes them unhealthy. Lockdowns don’t work , you just have to trust that at least most of us are grown ups and can conduct ourselves accordingly.

Angel
Angel
2 months ago

I agree they need to wear mask at least

Deb
Deb
2 months ago

I agree just wear your mask and wash your hands we all learned how to do that when we were little people simple stuff🤷‍♂️

Susan
Susan
2 months ago

Ridiculous. 99% survival rate.

Frank Bydairk
Frank Bydairk
2 months ago
Reply to  David

Look at ca the most lock down state and has highest rate so moron go lock your self in closet

Jimbo
Jimbo
2 months ago
Reply to  David

Lockdowns didn’t work in Germany, Italy, France or Spain. They may have only delayed the inevitable stretching out the suffering and providing time for mutant variations of the virus to occur.

Joedmann
Joedmann
2 months ago
Reply to  David

David has you seen the results of lockdown. Stay at home if you prefer its still America you have the right to choose

Last edited 2 months ago by Joedmann
David Neil Scotti
David Neil Scotti
2 months ago
Reply to  David

It’s a personal decision.

Kevin Klien
Kevin Klien
2 months ago
Reply to  David

Then don’t get close and stay home.
I don’t thing you would be a pleasant person to be around anyway.

Steve
Steve
2 months ago
Reply to  David

He is 100% correct.

anne nelson
anne nelson
2 months ago
Reply to  David

Then why is Fla number 25 in reported cases even with the he highest elderly population?

Emilie
Emilie
2 months ago
Reply to  David

If you’re that terrified of a virus with a 99.98% survival rate, stay home. Let the rest of us live our lives.

Julie Carson
Julie Carson
2 months ago
Reply to  David

Covid will always be around. It will never be 100% eliminated. People need to get over it and go on with their lives.

Cindy
Cindy
2 months ago
Reply to  David

Well look at the numbers we have double the people Michigan and we have are equal and they are locked down! I want to stay working wear your mask if u want or stay home if your scared !

Ran
Ran
2 months ago
Reply to  David

Ignorance is just a chance to learn. You have time to return to online schooling if needed and learn a thing or two about science and scientifically sound data. You must have failed science class. That’s unfortunate.

Fred
Fred
2 months ago
Reply to  David

Worked well in New York 🤪

No one
No one
2 months ago
Reply to  David

They don’t work or California wouldn’t be in the worst shape of any state.

Swamper
Swamper
2 months ago
Reply to  David

You have one of the worst rates of infection and death in the country and saw a major surge after restaurants/bars were opened. Maybe if you had supported dems that would provide relief and a universal wage you wouldn’t be so rushed to reopen everything and make everyone sick?

Shakat
Shakat
2 months ago
Reply to  David

You must work from home and don’t depend on a job to feed your children. Not to mention mask do not work unless they are N95 and you know how to properly wear & remove. Which must do not. So there is that too. Desantis has to care about all Florida families not just yours. If you are scared or fragile. Stay at home yourself. Sorry. Not sorry.

Deb
Deb
2 months ago
Reply to  David

If you social distance, use a mask and wash your hands regularly there’s not issue. Closing down our country will cause more hardship! Go live in a democratic state if you don’t like our Governor, let me know how that works for ya!

Edi Meadows
Edi Meadows
2 months ago
Reply to  David

Most infections happen in the homes. California is shut down look at their numbers. You don’t want to go out? Stay home. Science does not warrant it.

S K
S K
2 months ago
Reply to  David

Biden wants this

Anna Serna
Anna Serna
2 months ago
Reply to  David

Then stay home!

Jessica
Jessica
2 months ago

This is absurd. I’m all for taking precautions but the lockdowns have done very little to stop the spread of this virus and a whole lot to damage the economy. Shutting restaurants and bars down is not going to help, as proven by the fact that it didn’t help the first time.

Dan
Dan
2 months ago
Reply to  Jessica

Cases skyrocketed once restaurants and especially bars reopened. If they don’t shutdown at least implement a curfew

Calling you out!
Calling you out!
2 months ago
Reply to  Dan

Curfews!? Ok, I guess contaminations only occur at a specific time of the day.

The Destroyer
The Destroyer
2 months ago
Reply to  Dan

Because COVID becomes 10X as infectious after 10:00 pm???

Heather can
Heather can
2 months ago
Reply to  The Destroyer

And when your walking, doesn’t affect you when you sitting down? lol

Bee
Bee
2 months ago
Reply to  Dan

Not today Satan!

Rob G
Rob G
2 months ago
Reply to  Dan

I work in two public schools in Florida there have been three cases of covid,no deaths 6 months into the school year. We don’t need any lockdowns please don’t fall for the hyped up numbers.

Jo Mama
Jo Mama
2 months ago
Reply to  Dan

Okay then shutdown all Disney Parks ASAP!!!!

John
John
2 months ago
Reply to  Dan

Cases skyrocketed because testing became more and more prevalent. The tests were extremely limited at first, and now u can get tested and results in 24hrs.

Nicole Parker
Nicole Parker
2 months ago
Reply to  Dan

Restaurants/bars are closed here in north FL by 9 or 10.

Jack
Jack
2 months ago
Reply to  Dan

Dan, what is great about Florida is that you have the right not to go to a restaurant or Bar. You have the right to stay home and order in. For me I enjoy the freedom of going to restaurant and bars. We are only here on this earth for a short time and I certainly don’t be locked up in house any longer.

Liz
Liz
2 months ago
Reply to  Jessica

Jessica, it did work the first time.Florida closed early and had very low numbers at first. The state opened up way too soon and has had increasing numbers ever since.

Calling you out!
Calling you out!
2 months ago
Reply to  Liz

Liz, there is zero evidence that the increase in covid infections were caused by the state opening up to soon. States that have continued to remain shut down have surpassed Floridas number. Care to explain how?

Robert
Robert
2 months ago

Zero evidence that it didnt, too

Tony
Tony
2 months ago
Reply to  Liz

The #s are going up due to the fact of how many people are leaving the states that have lock downs and have had enough of living in such an oppressive environment. Keeping a handle on Hospitalizations and deaths is what needs to be monitored the most.

James Cornier
James Cornier
2 months ago
Reply to  Liz

Basically Florida never locked down nor did a mask mandate due to the Gov following Trump blindly do we have over plus 25K deaths and much more on the way with all following the dollar and rejecting science.

Tom Corless
Admin
2 months ago
Reply to  James Cornier

As someone in Florida who was locked inside for at least 2 months and was in a county with a mask mandate, I have to correct you.

Maz
Maz
2 months ago
Reply to  Tom Corless

Thank you Floridian. I live in Florida too.

Cori
Cori
2 months ago
Reply to  James Cornier

you have to keep in mind there are a lot of high-risk people living in Florida. That would be why so many people died

John p.
John p.
2 months ago
Reply to  James Cornier

Sorry to correct you Jim Cormier, I live in Florida and we did have a lock down. Disney, Universal, malls, restaurants all closed and county by county we did have mask mandates. So get your facts right.

Josh hill
Josh hill
2 months ago
Reply to  James Cornier

So rent and utilities are no longer due? You do realize people need to work to pay these financial obligations? The amount of people that refuse to acknowledge a functional economy is needed to live our lives is as idiotic as the people that say covid is a hoax

Kelly Roberts
Kelly Roberts
2 months ago
Reply to  James Cornier

Please see my statement to Patricia above!
Thank you

Maz
Maz
2 months ago
Reply to  Liz

We did not open too soon. Sorry. We closed for 3 months ( I live in Florida) and then opened up in stages for months. Movie theaters where I live are still closed. Restaurants still spacing people and using precautions. Sitting outdoors at some of these places. No, we did not open quickly.

dudeduderson
dudeduderson
2 months ago
Reply to  Liz

No it didn’t. Florida’s numbers were low because everyone was taking more precautions. As soon as we figured out it was idiotic to worry about a virus with a mortality rate of 0.26%, we left our homes and yes infection rates went up but no more deaths than the rest of the country.

Fred
Fred
2 months ago
Reply to  Liz

The state opened and everyone from lockdown states flooded here.

Jill
Jill
2 months ago
Reply to  Liz

Omg

Eneromio
Eneromio
2 months ago
Reply to  Jessica

Lockdowns help to bring the positivity rate down so they help avoid unnecessary deaths and over capacity hospitals !!!! Of course they help but they don’t get rid of the virus. If people don’t cooperate the positivity rate goes up again. Educate yourselves!!!!

Natasha Sirugo
Natasha Sirugo
2 months ago

The only reason they’re trying this bullshit in Florida is because they do t want us traveling to Florida to visit WDW. This would be disasterous!

Mimi
Mimi
2 months ago
Reply to  Natasha Sirugo

Seriously?

Dee
Dee
2 months ago
Reply to  Natasha Sirugo

I’m tired of NY buying our real-estate and driving up our prices just so they don’t pay NY and California taxes. Our State is doing much than NY or CA without all the 🔐.

Karen
Karen
2 months ago
Reply to  Natasha Sirugo

No it isn’t disastrous. It because people need to go to Disney. It who cares about everyone else. It’s people like you who are disastrous.yoy o ly think about yourself.

Anti Karen
2 months ago
Reply to  Karen

Your name is perfect

Joe Blowkowski
Joe Blowkowski
2 months ago
Reply to  Karen

If people want to, sakes preserve us, ENJOY LIFE with trips to Disney or eating at a restaurant or gathering even at home, what tyranny to take that chance away from them? How many grandparents were denied their very last opportunity to see their blessed grandchildren, all for “their own good”? Who are you to tell people what their “good” is? They want to take that chance? Let them. Should we have put Sir Hilary in prison for daring to risk death? Shackleton? The Apollo astronauts? Now THOSE were risks. Going to see Goofy? Not really.

Senile Travel
Senile Travel
2 months ago
Reply to  Natasha Sirugo

Excellent. Now stay away from us. Tell your friends, too.

Fred
Fred
2 months ago
Reply to  Natasha Sirugo

Been twice in the last few months, quite lovely. The low capacity was very enjoyable

mis
mis
2 months ago

takes a lot of hutzpah for someone from government to call others “non-essential”, eh?

Russell
Russell
2 months ago

Look at NY. There is no way to make lockdowns effective against the spread. All it does is hurt the public. I question the motivation for recommending the lockdowns.

Maz
Maz
2 months ago
Reply to  Russell

I agree. To all the people who think a lockdown is necessary, hear this! People themselves do not want to get sick. They know they need to wear a mask and do distancing without being mandated to do it
all over the place.

Frank W
Frank W
2 months ago
Reply to  Russell

The motivation Is to make the governors of CA and NY seem effective.

dawn L vasquez
dawn L vasquez
2 months ago

There is something wrong here. our positivity rate today 1/29 is 7.7 % far below the danger zone of 10%. why is the WH involved? It is correct keeping people unemployed and inside DOES NOT WORK. no data supports that. Florida ranks 26th at deaths from covid per 100,000 (research it) FAR BELOW 25 other states, most who have the strictest lockdowns since last March- math don’t lie.

Marc
Marc
2 months ago
Reply to  dawn L vasquez

Stop politicizing the issue, the virus is raising the death numbers. Follow the science

Karen
Karen
2 months ago
Reply to  Marc

I agree with Marc think about others as well as yourself

talia
talia
2 months ago
Reply to  Karen

Your name is Karen 😂

Sue
Sue
2 months ago
Reply to  Marc

Then stay home and don’t come down here live in your bubble.

Annette
Annette
2 months ago
Reply to  Sue

I agree if your scared stay home let us who are not live our lives

Wally Romero
Wally Romero
2 months ago
Reply to  Marc

Driving cars raises the death rate.

matt marshall
matt marshall
2 months ago
Reply to  Marc

Mark just stop talking

Joe Blowkowski
Joe Blowkowski
2 months ago
Reply to  Marc

The “issue” was BUILT on politics from the beginning. This entire “pandemic” turns out to be no more deadly than the regular flu that kills hundreds of thousands every year. But it sure was a great excuse to allow the use of “mail in ballots,” and a weapon to blame some deaths on the President. And now that he’s out of office, the CDC and WHO have announced that COVID positivity has to have a much stricter guildline. Suddenly the rate will drop to near nothing, now that the target has been achieved. At great cost to regular people, but… Read more »

Suzanne
Suzanne
2 months ago
Reply to  Joe Blowkowski

You got that right,Joe!!!some

Danny
Danny
2 months ago
Reply to  dawn L vasquez

No data supports it? New Zealand and Australia are proof that it works. It’s people like you who don’t make it work.

CC212
CC212
2 months ago
Reply to  Danny

New Zealand and Australia are both reporting cases and deaths higher than their pre-lockdown numbers, care to attempt to make a new point

Ulysses Young
Ulysses Young
2 months ago

I applaud Ron DeSantis, good job representing your people, and I hope you do not have to the feds push. The fact is lots of states have been on lock down, yet, purpose are still dying from this virus. The only way to really stop that is too just get rid of all the people, as long as there are people, infections will be able to spread among them.

Sue
Sue
2 months ago
Reply to  Ulysses Young

Get rid of the government. They are the biggest problem.

Maz
Maz
2 months ago
Reply to  Sue

Agree

Tonya cook
Tonya cook
2 months ago
Reply to  Sue

BOOM!! U SAID IT..!! THANK YOU.. I AGREE WITH YOU.. SUE..

Dr. Bramlett
Dr. Bramlett
2 months ago
Reply to  Sue

Without government you wouldn’t have the financial system and freedoms you enjoy every day. I have lived all over the world and middle class American seem to forget the atrocities that happen when it doesn’t effect them personally. The UK is on a total lockdown not to punish but to make a better future for its citizens. Our own government polices of the 30’s was needed to combat a system that was inequalities across generations. I say let the government give out 2000 a month on the 1st, for those in the lower income bracket, but the money has to… Read more »

Brian Morgan
Brian Morgan
2 months ago

On 1/29, Florida had 22.1% of its ICU beds available. Beds available: 1,248. Beds occupied: 5,650. Total Beds = 6,898.

A Gamble
A Gamble
2 months ago
Reply to  Brian Morgan

And CA still has less than 10% ICU availability.

talia
talia
2 months ago
Reply to  Brian Morgan

Also people are not remembering snowbirds come here this time of year it’s not uncommon to have all ICU beds full when not on a pandemic. The elderly and general population rises. Florida is well equipped to deal with these types of rises. I see it every year.

Brian Morgan
Brian Morgan
2 months ago

Excellent data at Florida Atlantic’s website – from the school of business no less. Very good for visualizing what’s going on.

https://business.fau.edu/covidtracker/data/florida-data/

Chad
2 months ago
Reply to  Brian Morgan

ICU “beds available” means “beds staffed that day.” It doesn’t mean even “available normal capacity” and doesn’t mean “available emergency capacity.” Hospitals can increase ICU bed usage with additional staffing to their “actual normal capacity,” and can increase beyond that even, as hospitals have other beds available for conversion. It is bad business practice to staff an ICU at higher capacities every day when they’re not being utilized. ICU admissions tracks hospitalizations closely-and that number is an actual total number of COVID hospitalizations. FL was at 9,000 during peak in summer. They weren’t in danger of over-utilization then. They peaked… Read more »

Jon
Jon
2 months ago

No thank you! Florida is open for business! That’s why so many people are moving here!!!

Prince Naveen
Prince Naveen
2 months ago

Guys, it’s pretty clear the new WH administration is playing politics with the state of Florida. Lockdowns DO NOT work – look at California, New York, New Jersey, Michigan. Haven’t we learned anything from early 2020? This is nothing but a shameless ploy to advance their anti-business agenda. Do not fall for it. As for FL being a “red zone” I don’t buy that. I work for a large national corporation with locations in multiple states across the east coast, and we currently have ZERO locations closed in FL and the LEAST amount of positive cases in our FL locations.… Read more »

Last edited 2 months ago by Prince Naveen
M A
M A
2 months ago

Until you loose someone from Covid. You then may listen to science. Take care, be Safe & Healthy….

Jack
Jack
2 months ago
Reply to  M A

I agree

Mac
Mac
2 months ago
Reply to  M A

Stay inside foever until your broke and then you can live on the streets.

Babyface
Babyface
2 months ago
Reply to  M A

I have lost a few people to Covid and do not think and never have thought we should be in lockdown.

Artie schnauder
Artie schnauder
2 months ago

Tell the feds to stay the hell out of our state Governor you’re doing a fine job keep Florida working

mis
mis
2 months ago

the entire problem here folks is not whether the facts prove how insane lockdowns are. i mean really, if they are that ignorant and fearful why are they not staying home and avoiding the rest of us? the entire problem is these people living in total fear and totally ignorant of the facts seem to think their job and that of government is to dictate to the rest of us what we must do because they demand it. or else! that is going to be an even bigger problem in the near future i fear.

Margarita
Margarita
2 months ago

They need to keep their bots out of Florida.
The Governor is doing a great job. Nothing happens over night . Every job is essential, especially for people to be able to put food on their table.

James Cornier
James Cornier
2 months ago

The state has lost tourism, cruise lines and couldn’t pay unemployment for workers of course he’s for all opening up, there’s no revenue for services. Covid-19 be damned were gonna open all the way…

John
John
2 months ago

Lock downs are going to bankrupt the country. And they don’t work. Who is going to ask Joe lefty and his left wing Governors where is the vaccine? Tell Washington to butt out!

Senile Travel
Senile Travel
2 months ago
Reply to  John

That’s EXACTLY what they’re designed to do.

Michael
Michael
2 months ago
Reply to  John

Stop making this a political issue. Listen to the science not the politics. Thank God for democracy.

Will
Will
2 months ago

As a disney world cast member, I wish all you people would just stay home. I’ve had so many friends get covid. Being it home and watch their loved ones die. Bars are not essential, and there is no reason to have indoor dining. I’m sorry most Americans are too stupid too realize that it’s not a real problem until it affects them personally. Desantis is a piece of trash.

Susan
Susan
2 months ago

No! Take a hike!

Carl
Carl
2 months ago

New York tried reclosing our restaurants and they took the state to court, and won! The findings showed that only 1.4% of the new cases were caused by restaurants and bars. Over 40% came from in home transmission. Therefore the mandate to close the restaurants was overturned and they were allowed to reopen.