Effective, Sunday, Nov. 28, 2021, California’s Santa Cruz County will require people to wear facemasks in private homes, even if everyone is fully vaccinated.
The rule only applies if there are people from multiple households in the home.
READ: Santa Cruz County Will Require Masks In Private Homes
Of course, the new rule come with the implicit understanding that it doesn’t apply to the political elite. READ: Mayor Of San Francisco Goes To Nightclub Maskless, Breaks Her Own Mandate AND Pelosi Caught Maskless At Oil Heiress Wedding While Children Wear Masks At California Schools
Meanwhile, there have been dozens of studies suggesting that masks are not all that effective in stopping the spread of COVID and other infections. READ: 47 studies confirm ineffectiveness of masks for COVID and 32 more confirm their negative health effects
This includes a study done by Canada’s Waterloo University that found the popular blue masks were particularly ineffective. READ: Blue surgical face masks are only 10% effective in preventing COVID infection, new study finds
And on top of this, Florida has one of the lowest COVID infection rates in the US despite not imposing lockdowns or mask mandates. READ: California’s COVID rate is now twice that of Florida’s despite mask mandates