According to the medical experts, lockdowns and masks are supposed to reduce the rate of COVID infections. So, why does a state that bans masks (even threatened to cut funding to schools that required them) and refuses to implement the lockdowns have the lowest COVID infection rates in America? And Florida has held this position for weeks.
With seven COVID cases per 100,000 people, Florida has the lowest rates of infection in America. In fact, the number of cases has gone down 28% over the last two weeks.
- Michigan has 49 cases per 100,000, and reported a 26% increase over the past couple of weeks;
- New York (21/100,000); and
- Pennsylvania (31/100,000).
And, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis is even suing the Biden administration to stop it from forcing vaccine mandates on companies with over 100 employees.
Meanwhile, a word from our experts: READ: 80% effective? CDC chief floats argument for permanent mask mandate
Compared to a couple studies, that concluded that the blue masks are basically useless if the government’s goal is to stop the spread of COVID. READ: Blue surgical face masks are only 10% effective in preventing COVID infection, new study finds AND CDC: Schools With Mask Mandates Didn’t See Statistically Significant Different Rates of COVID Transmission From Schools With Optional Policies
Even Democrat governors are fighing President Biden’s vaccine mandate. READ: Democrat Governor Comes Out Against Biden Vaccine Mandate: It’s Not ‘Correct, Or The Most Effective’