In a press conference where Arizona’s governor Doug Ducey and Arizona Department of Health Services Director Dr. Cara Christ encouraged Arizona residents to wear masks while neither of them were wearing masks. What’s even more hypocritical is the use of a bush-league, completely made up modeling study that uses NO REAL DATA as their guide. Sounds familiar?
Wakeup Arizona! These clowns think Arizonans are stupid, cherry-picking studies to fit their narrative. More and more people are catching on to their schemes.
We don’t have to be Robert Koch, to know that “masks designed to block bacteria that are around 10,000 nanometers will not work to block a “virus” that is 125 nanometers. So how in the world can any Doctor make the claim that wrapping your face with a bandana is going to work? This is simply idiotic! If a person test positive they should be quarantined anyway! Madness!!!
They lie and using a lie to perpetuate a lie upon Arizona residents.
‘The heart is deceitful above all things, and desperately wicked: who can know it? ‘
Commentary by Unreal Post
Arizona Department of Health Services Director Dr. Cara Christ on Thursday encouraged residents to wear face masks in public as coronavirus cases continue to surge throughout the state.
“If you cannot physically distance, we want you to wear a cloth face covering,” Christ said during a press conference. “Make sure that you physically distance when you are in public.”
Christ was not wearing a face mask as she delivered her remarks.
There had been no guidance from the state of Arizona about wearing masks prior to Thursday’s press conference.
She also said that those at risk or 65 and older should stay home as much as possible. “If you are over the age of 65 or you have an underlying medical condition that puts you at risk, we want them to limit their time away from home,” Christ said.
Christ also encouraged Arizonans to engage in effective hygiene and sanitation practices such as 20-second hand washing, utilizing hand sanitizer, and remaining home when sick.
Gov. Doug Ducey also said during the press conference that current hospital bed capacity throughout the state is sufficient to treat residents and manage a surge of incoming patients. “We would like to assure the public that we have the available bed capacity and surge lines are in place to continue to serve the people of Arizona,” Ducey said.
“We are well prepared to manage an increased inpatient volume.”
Ducey was not wearing a mask during the press conference. On Wednesday, Maricopa County public health officials encouraged individuals to wear face masks in public as metro Phoenix continued to experience a surge in COVID-19 cases. “There is a mounting body of scientific evidence that shows face masks can actually prevent COVID-19 from spreading,” Dr. Rebecca Sunenshine, […]
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