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PANIC PORN PROGRAMMING: Calf. Gov. Newsom allows protests, riots but CLOSES bars, indoor dining, ahead of Fourth of July weekend

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During the protests, riots, wilding, looting — it was as if COVID never happened. But now that protests  are dying down, we are back to our regularly scheduled COVID panic programming.

Mind you, all these new cases are overwhelming in young people, present no danger to their health and are largely asymptomatic, which is actually a good thing — moving towards herd immunity (here and here).

Old people and those with co-morbidites should take all precaution. The rest of the world — get on with it!

And don’t you dare blame the BLM protests!

Newsom is targeting family gatherings for the Fourth because he knows that families are law abiding. And this conditioning is necessary for absolute control. And the lawless riots are anctioned and necessary to complete the revolution.

Democrats want all these super spreader events to spike positive results — thereby justifying shutdowns in order to seize our freedoms and the November election.

Gov. Gavin Newsom closes bars, indoor operations for restaurants in 19 counties ahead of Fourth of July weekend

By: Melissa Daniels, Palm Springs Desert Sun, July 1, 2020:

PALM SPRINGS, Calif. — Gov. Gavin Newsom on Wednesday said bars must close and indoor operations will need to stop in certain business sectors including restaurants, wineries, movie theaters, zoos, museums and card rooms, in order to mitigate the spread of the coronavirus ahead of Fourth of July weekend.

The order is effective immediately and Newsom expects it to be in place for at least three weeks.

“This doesn’t mean restaurants shut down,” Newsom said. “It means we’re trying to take activities, as many activities as we can, these mixed activities, and move them outdoors, which is a way of mitigating the spread of this virus.”
The order applies to the 19 counties that have been on the state’s monitoring list for at least three consecutive days. Those counties include:

Contra Costa
Fresno
Glenn
Imperial
Kern
Kings
Los Angeles
Merced
Orange
Riverside
Sacramento
San Bernardino
San Joaquin
Santa Barbara
Santa Clara
Solano
Stanislaus
Tulare
Ventura

Newsom said the closures are designed to focus on indoor operations, which have been open for several weeks. Some of the affected sectors, like movie theaters, bowling alleys and arcades, were allowed to reopen less than three weeks ago. Restaurants were able to open to indoor dining on Memorial Day weekend.

Additionally, state beach parking facilities will close in Southern California and the Bay Area, though Newsom is not mandating their closure. The state ordered beaches to close in counties where local officials have already done so.

The state on Tuesday reported 5,898 new COVID-19 cases and 110 virus-related deaths, with a positivity rate of 6% over the last 14 days, Newsom said. Two weeks ago, the state’s positivity rate was 4.6%.

Newsom in recent days has warned residents about becoming lax with public health protocols like wearing masks and physical distancing, especially at family gatherings, in advance of the Fourth of July holiday. It’s “a weekend that has raised a lot of concern from our health officials,” he said Wednesday. As such, he’s urging counties to shut down fireworks displays and telling residents to avoid gatherings with people from outside of their household.

“Patriotism, at least in a COVID-19 environment, can be expressed a little bit differently with consideration of our independence again from COVID-19,” Newsom said. “That needs (to) come with conditions and considerations on wearing masks and making sure we’re physically distanced.”

Newsom urged people to avoid family gatherings or meeting up with friends and neighbors who aren’t in their immediate household. While people may have the best of intentions and come wearing masks, they may get lax as the party goes on, he said.

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