Just when you thought it was over, it’s back! Democrat politicians can’t seem to give up their COVID control, so they are ready to roll out the next round of COVID hysteria.
This morning, the Southern Nevada Health District issued warnings telling people in Clark County that they need to start wearing masks indoors again. “Unfortunately, the COVID-19 pandemic is not behind us yet,” said Dr. Fermin Leguen, District Health Officer for the Southern Nevada Health District.
“As long as the virus is still circulating in our community, there is still the opportunity for surges in case counts and hospitalizations such as the one we are experiencing now,” Leguen said. “When this occurs, members of our community can protect themselves and each other by once again taking the preventive measures we know are effective at slowing the spread of disease. I urge everyone to wear their masks in public places and to stay up to date on their COVID-19 vaccines.”
Official SNHD Press Release
Of course, nowhere in the dire warnings was it mentioned that the vast majority of people who are supposedly getting COVID are not only vaccinated but boosted multiple times as well. According to federal data, the rate of breakthrough COVID infections in April was worse in boosted Americans compared to unboosted. In fact, boosted morons had more than double the infection rate in those vaccinated but unboosted.
Of course, the mainstream media is busy trying to figure out how to spin the news, claiming that even though boosted people are getting more covid than vaccinated, who are getting more covid than unvaccinated, it somehow means the shots are working?
These people are truly mentally ill!
Update: Clark County has now began telling people that they should wear masks indoors again, and we are hearing that a number of Clark County commissioners — lead by Justin “the Vax pusher” Jones are actually talking about mask mandates again — they are in the process of seeing who it would effect politically and if they can pull it off again without jeopardizing their election chances.
#COVID19 Update: The @SNHDInfo says #ClarkCounty has reached a high community level for COVID-19. The SNHD is recommending people wear masks when in public indoor places and stay up to date on COVID-19 vaccines.https://t.co/JuIEAyMJ7X pic.twitter.com/jyKghgyYeQ— Clark County Nevada (@ClarkCountyNV) June 11, 2022