Fully vaccinated Floridians no longer need to wear face masks in public or avoid most social gatherings, Florida Surgeon General Scott Rivkees said in a newly issued health advisory.
Until now, Rivkees had backed requiring face coverings in Florida wherever social distancing wasn’t possible, both indoors and outdoors.
His new public health advisory, which rescinds those requirements, comes just days after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention offered more guidance on mask-wearing outdoors. Rivkees goes further than the CDC — giving the OK for vaccinated Floridians to go without their masks indoors too.
Vaccinated? No need to wear your mask indoors or outdoors, Florida Surgeon General says
Add to that the Governor’s executive order prohibiting Covid Passports and the Legislature approving a bill saying the same, we are pretty much done with the things. About time too.
And it will probably encourage those still being lazy about getting the shots. Smart move not to impose but suggest and leave it up to the citizen rather than force it and get a push back.
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The same people that lie to us about flues, elections, and global warming are adamantly pushing their vaccine. The masks were no good and even bad for us. The distancing was bogus. We should not believe routine liars.
We’ve had worse pandemics. But this time, The Swamp got wealthier with more power over us. And that is all that this plandemic is about.
What I hate about this is that they are requiring you to do what they ask in order for them to return to you a right that they never should have taken away.
They are trading away your freedoms for compliance.
“Dr. Fauxi: were you lying when you said masks were useless, or are you lying now that you say masks protect us all, vaccinated or not, from the deadly WuFlu?
I knew it!
pResident Biden will get credit for eradicating the pandemic in his first 100 days.
Prove me wrong.
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