Sumary of Letters: Social programs don’t create upward mobility; Ige should follow CDC, relax COVID restrictions; Offer big cash prizes to boost vaccinations:
- Now I read that the state is investing in stand-up fans for classrooms using good air circulation to combat COVID-19 as an excuse (“1 in 10 classrooms need better ventilation,”.
- Further, fully vaccinated Hawaii residents are required to provide a negative COVID-19 test result to avoid quarantine when returning home from the mainland..
- The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention provides states with guidelines to reduce and prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus..
- individuals can move about rather freely indoors and outdoors, with reduced masking and social distancing rules because they most likely will not be affected by the virus and have little chance of being a carrier..
- David Ige announced that Hawaii will drop all COVID-19 restrictions once 70% of its residents are fully vaccinated..
- COVID-19 cases continue to climb, vaccines are not expected to roll out for several years, and goals like ours in Hawaii are far from anyone reach..
- However, with an investment in global health security, Congress can provide funding and international assistance to fight COVID-19 globally while simultaneously furthering U.S..
- Anthony Zinni have said, “No matter how successful we are in fighting the threat of the COVID-19 pandemic at home, we will never stop it unless we are also fighting it around the world.”…