There seems to be no end in sight to the COVID-19 dictatorial edicts from government officials sweeping across much of the country.
Now, Vermont Governor Phil Scott is essentially asking that children rat out their families if they dared to spend Thanksgiving with people outside of their immediate household.
In a press conference yesterday, Scott said schools will now ask students whether they celebrated Thanksgiving with extended family and friends.
If they do celebrate the holiday with extended family or friends, students will be forced to do remote learning for two weeks, or stay home for one week and then produce a negative COVID-19 test result.
“We understand how difficult this is, but since we know these types of gatherings have been the cause of so many outbreaks, we’ve got to do all we can to slow this down,” he said.
“From my standpoint, this is fair warning to those of you who are planning to have gatherings from outside your household for Thanksgiving,” Scott continued. “If you don’t want your kids to have to transition to remote learning and quarantine for a seven-day period, maybe you ought to make other plans.”
The state is urging anyone who attends gatherings or travel, including college students returning home for the holidays, to follow the quarantine guidelines.
“Quarantine means staying home and away from other people for 14 days,” said Vermont Health Commissioner Dr. Mark Levine. “Do not go to school, do not go to work, do not go out to do errands or recreation other than perhaps a walk alone in the woods.”
It really doesn’t feel like we’re living in the United States anymore, does it?
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Happy Thanksgiving: One Sheriff Says NO to Enforcing Andrew Cuomo's Covid-19 Restrictions on Home Gatherings
One New York Sheriff feels NY Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo has over stepped his authority by setting restrictions on family gatherings and has vowed not to enforce them in his county.
Cuomo has set an executive order which limits indoor gatherings to 10 or less, an order Fulton county sheriff Richard Giardino says he will not follow calling it an example of government overreach.
The sheriff had this to say about the order, “Who and how many people you invite in to your home is your business, unlike outdoor gatherings which may receive a police response if disorderly or other violations of public nuisance laws occur. “We have limited resources and we have to set priorities, so obtaining a Search Warrant to enter your home to see how many Turkey or Tofu eaters are present is not a priority. We won’t be doing that.”
Indoor gatherings, big or small, are a risk.
Here's how to reduce the risk:
-Wear masks and keep distance
-Shorten the duration of the visit
Reminder: Gatherings inside or outside of private homes are now limited to 10 people or fewer. pic.twitter.com/0k6tc5rAae
— Andrew Cuomo (@NYGovCuomo) November 16, 2020
Democratic Washington state Governor Jay Inslee similarly announced restrictions on indoor gatherings, including weddings and funerals, and a ban on visits to care facilities. His restrictions additionally limit outdoor gatherings to no more than 5 people outside the immediate household. For indoor events, gatherings with those outside the household are forbidden unless visitors quarantine for two-weeks or 7-days of isolation along with a negative COVID-19 test.
Violator’s may be subject to criminal penalties, according to Inslee’s “Stay Safe-Stay Healthy” Proclamation.
Mayor Lori Lightfoot announced last week that a stay-at-home order will also go into effect for Chicago, limiting movement outside to ‘essential reasons,’ and telling residents not to allow any guests into their homes.
Less than one week ago New York Mayor Bill de Blasio urged residents to avoid large gatherings for meals, in spite of the upcoming holidays. However, de Blasio stated that it’s not time to implement broader restrictions across the city than the current 25% capacity limitation instituted in restaurants.
These Democratic Governors and Mayors along with mainstream media are constantly calling Trump a fascist and a dictator, yet they are the ones that want to regulate how many people you have in your home, curfews so you can’t be out past 10 and want you to wear a mask in your own house. Democrats should really look in the mirror and ask who the dictator is?