Gov. Newsom shutting down California’s economy again

Newsom tweeted that he’s shutting down indoor operations in California again due to Wuhan virus cases spreading at “alarming rates.”

From Yahoo:

“California’s governor has ordered all bars to close statewide and all restaurants, movie theaters and museums to halt indoor operations, in a dramatic rolling back of reopening efforts as coronavirus cases continue to surge.

In addition to the statewide closures, the 30 counties on the state’s monitoring list must also shut down indoor operations at places of worship, fitness centers, hair salons, barbershops and malls.”

Those alarming rates include the following statistics: “The state has seen an average of 8,211 daily cases over the past week, an uptick from the 7,876 average from the week before. The positivity rate has increased to 7.4%, up from 6.1% a few weeks prior.

So a 1.3% increase in the positivity rate is “alarming?”

One would think that at least a 5 percent increase would be concerning and a doubling of the positivity rate would be alarming.

Remember that the governor allowed this to happen just three weeks ago:

But you know the demorats:

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YouKnowWho
YouKnowWho
24 days ago

Everybody that is going to get the virus is going to get the virus. Be smart. Protect yourself and those around you and you’ll be one of the last ones to get it. It is what it is and it will go throughout society despite any political efforts to stifle it. Indeed thiose efforts wil only stifle our ability to survive the virus as well as the politicians.

Anonymous
Anonymous
24 days ago

Helping out Joe…
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Tom
Tom
24 days ago

Well that’s mayor Betttlwjuice for y

Nathan
Nathan
24 days ago

I am highly skeptical that the CORONA deaths. Isnt it amazing that these rioters didn’t catch it.
So its not okay to Pray or sing, work, socialise, have fun, watch live entertainment or sport.
But if i want to Riot and burn down stores loot shops and kill people thats ok then.
Democrats have unleashed Hell.

andre
andre
24 days ago

Didn’t you know protests are still allowed.

Tim Shey
24 days ago
Carl Herman
23 days ago

I teach college-level US Government. A governor has NO LAWFUL AUTHORITY to take Natural Rights outside narrow definitions of “emergency” overwhelming local response capabilities. People must sue and go Ghandi/King on this tyrant. See how/why this is Orwellian-illegal: https://carlbherman.blogspot.com/2020/07/governor-newsom-illegally-orders-19-ca.html

Dr. Eowyn
Admin
23 days ago
Reply to  Carl Herman

The businesses that are shut down, once again, should form a class-action lawsuit against Newsom and county-city officials.

Dr. Eowyn
Admin
23 days ago

Incredibly, a non-peer reviewed “study” actually claims that all the protests and riots did not lead to increases in COVID-19 cases. [Eyeroll]
The methodology of the study is highly dubious.
https://www.forbes.com/sites/tommybeer/2020/07/01/research-determines-protests-did-not-cause-spike-in-coronavirus-cases/#420381d37dac

Anonymous
Anonymous
23 days ago

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Jackie Puppet
23 days ago

Can’t help but think Newsom’s gonna leave the country with California’s billion$ sooner rather than later – just a gut feeling…

Calgirl
Calgirl
23 days ago

Here’s something that happened in my neighborhood—a 30-something obese Hispanic truck-driver, who had diabetes (2 strikes), in my smallish village, died of Covid within days of attending a “backyard friends barbeque” for the 4th of July. This is what is typically happening here, and esp (documented) to the large Hispanic (where is Hispania?) population in my area: He accepted an invitation to a backyard Bar-B-Q knowing that he was at risk w/ at least his diabetes, if not his obesity. He arrived to find no one wearing mask/ distancing. Did not leave. Before event was over, an attendee admitted to… Read more »