A Commentary For Those That Can Still Think by Mitch Santell
The majority of humanity is now what I believe to be under a global hypnotic spell. It is getting more dystopian here in Orange County, California, and a more significant divide between those going along with the “plan-demic,” and those who are willing to fight back.
Most of the rules now in place seem to be coming from Gavin Newsom in Sacramento.
Most of the rules here locally in Orange County, in my opinion, are managed by the large corporations here, including Ralphs (part of Kroger), Wal-Mart, and Target Stores.
This next clip is from Shasta County, in Northern California.
“Late yesterday we received confirmation from the State that August 19 was the first day that Orange County is below all of the State’s data monitoring thresholds. As a reminder, we need to maintain this status for three consecutive days in order to be removed from the County Monitoring List,” county health officer Dr. Clayton Chau said in a Thursday email.
“As a reminder, we need to maintain this status for three consecutive days in order to be removed from the County Monitoring List. If this trend continues, Orange County will be off the Monitoring list on the State website on August 22 and our projected day 15 would then be September 6,” Chau said.
After that 15-day period, schools across Orange County could reopen their classrooms. Those decisions for public schools will have to be made by the respective school boards.
“Based on the K-12 Reopening Framework, once Orange County has been off of the monitoring list for 14 days all in-person instruction can resume,” Chau said.
The Orange County Health Care Agency also announced the first round of primary schools that would be allowed to reopen even if the county stays on the watchlist, under a state waiver program. Secondary schools are still not allowed to reopen.
“We have a dedicated team of public health professionals — nurses and doctors — on staff who have called schools to address any issues and remedy them to ensure they have a solid re-opening plan. We also support these school by offering COVID-19 testing for staff and students, and have stood up a full medical team internally as well as contracted with the Children’s Hospital of Orange County to ensure that we have pediatricians standing by to support them,” Chau said.
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