Earlier this month we reported that LA County Chief Medical Officer Dr. Brad Spellberg went public to humiliate Los Angeles County Public Health Director Barbara Ferrer’s announcement that COVID-19 cases were on the rise and new face mask mandates were needed soon.
In a sign that perhaps even the pro-pharma pro-vaccine medical professionals are starting to get tired of the constant COVID hype and are beginning to speak out against health politicians who are appointed bureaucrats and never elected by the people to their public office, LA County Chief Medical Officer Dr. Brad Spellberg went public recently to humiliate Los Angeles County Public Health Director Barbara Ferrer’s announcement that COVID-19 cases were on the rise and new face mask mandates were needed soon. (Full article.)
Apparently the public put more stock into what Dr. Spellberg was saying as opposed to what the public health politicians wanted people to believe, and Los Angeles County Public Health Director Barbara Ferrer backed down on the mask mandates today (for now), as several cities stated they would not enforce it.
LA Abandons Plan To Reimpose Mask Mandate As Multiple Cities Refused Enforcement
Update (1750ET): In a somewhat surprising turn of events for the medical tyranny, Los Angeles County has abandoned its plan to reimpose indoor mask mandate as COVID cases and hospitalizations stabilize.
The county entered the “high” category two weeks ago when the average daily rate of COVID-related hospital admissions rose above 10 per 100,000 residents. As of last Thursday, the rate was 11.7 admissions per 100,000 residents.
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti said cases may have slowed, but he supports whatever health officials decide.
Public Health Director Barbara Ferrer made the announced during a livestreamed meeting.
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