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Numerous high-ranking public authorities throughout the United States have pledged to continue enforcing COVID-19 restrictions — including social distancing rules and mask mandates — even as cases of and deaths attributed to the virus continue a steady two-month decline throughout the country.

Those officials have signaled that the restrictions will not be lifted unless and until an effective vaccine is developed, approved, distributed throughout the country and utilized by enough of the population to create functional herd immunity.

The restrictions, which have become ubiquitous parts of American life since March, have included the mandatory use of face coverings when in public places (including outdoor locations in some jurisdictions) and the enforcement of “social distancing” rules to keep individuals at least six feet away from each other. The latter rules have been applied to businesses in the form of occupancy limits, with restaurants and other stores being required to cap their patron limit at 50% and even 25% in the case of many eat-in establishments.

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  1. It’s not now, nor has it EVER been about a virus. It’s about political power the likes of which no politician in history has ever wielded. They love it, they’re addicted to it and they’ll NEVER willingly give it up.

    HCQ/zinc is the cure.

  2. Imp9se even more onerous restrictions on said politicians, plus launch dozens of class action lawsuits for loss of income, loss of businesses that owners spent decades building up. Really start hitting these selfish bureaucratic power junkies with hundreds of lawsuits every month. Make them feel copious — pain. Ensure their pain exceeds the citizens, always.

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