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Discussion in 'Off-Topic Chat' started by gdr_11, Jun 30, 2020.
Makes no sense, you either have it or you don't, one time, not every time you test positive.
Hey, there are still some that accept the plague numbers as fact which are as believable as poll numbers.
It makes perfect sense. It looks better for them if they show "positive tests" on graphs. More hysteria, more blind compliance.
On a related note. McKinney’s mayor just issued an order (yesterday) to required the wearing of masks. I assume this is along the same lines as Dallas County adopted: putting the burden on the business to enforce (to keep from getting fined). And I understand Plano is going to take up the issue today - they’re likely to follow suit. (Haven’t seen anything on Allen or other outlying areas; Princeton, Farmersville, etc.). Mask not required for just being out in public or eating at restaurants.
And now this....
from Abott, statewide: https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-new...-across-most-state-coronavirus-cases-n1232845
Nope; I guessed wrong. This time Abbott’s executive mask order is aimed at the individual (not at businesses).
“First-time offenders of Abbott's order will receive a written or oral warning. Those who violate the order a second time will receive a fine of up to $250. Every subsequent violation is also punishable by a fine of up to $250. The order specifies that no one can get jail time for a violation.”
Mask order details: