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LA Cancels Christmas: All Gatherings BANNED Except Protests and Church

Residents in Los Angeles have been ordered to stay at home on house arrest until Christmas week. All gatherings except those done for church & protesting have been prohibited.

Residents are advised to stay home as much as possible and always wear a face-covering over their nose and mouth when they are outside their household and around others, according to RT. 

Besides take-out and delivery, restaurants and bars will remain closed under the new demand.  Certain other “non-essential” facilities, such as playgrounds and card rooms, will be closed altogether. Outdoor recreation will be “permitted”, but only for individuals from the same household, who will be required to wear face coverings and remain six feet away from other people.

There should be no illusions as to whether or not you are free at this point. This won’t end until we all decided these tyrants do not have any power over us.

LA County. by far California’s most populous with over 10 million residents, has so far recorded more than 387,000 coronavirus cases (with tests not intended for this purpose) and some 7,600 deaths, according to official data. The district has seen a “surge” in cases in recent days.  California as a whole is among the worst-affected states in the US, approaching 1.2 million cases and over 19,000 deaths, according to the rigged numbers. 

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Los Angeles County orders beaches closed for 4th of July — but sheriff says he won’t enforce it

Los Angeles County in California has issued a decree ordering all beaches closed for the Fourth of July holiday weekend citing a spike in COVID-19 cases, but it is unclear who will be enforcing the dictate after the county’s sheriff declared it won’t be his department.

What are the details?

The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health announced Monday in a news release that from Friday through July 6 at 5 a.m., all L.A. County beaches would be closed “to prevent dangerous crowding that results in the spread of deadly COVID-19” and “for that same reason, the department is prohibiting fireworks displays in the County” over the weekend.

The memo noted that the same day, the county had seen “more than 2,900 new cases of COVID-19, the largest one-day case count since the pandemic began.”

The order prohibits people from not only the beaches, but “piers, public beach parking lots, beach bike paths that traverse that sanded portion of the beach, and beach access points.”

According to Deadline, defying the order “is punishable by law to include, but not limited to, a $1,000 fine.”

But it is unclear who will be writing citations to any “trespassers.”

Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva told KTTV-TV reporter Bill Melugin that his department will not be enforcing the county’s order.

The sheriff said in a statement, “We were not consulted on the beach closure, and will only assist our beach cities in closing parking lots and traffic enforcement on PCH. In regards to enforcing the beach closure, we will not be enforcing it because we are ‘Care First, Jail Last.'”

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Army’s Seattle Field Hospital Closed After 3 Days & Without Seeing A Single Patient

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The empty field hospital in Seattle. Courtesy: Military.com

The panic and fear among the people who cannot be bothered to read the actual statistics about this pandemic is what should concern most preppers.  In fact, this virus has been so overhyped that the Army’s field hospital in Seattle, an “epicenter” of the pandemic has closed after three days without seeing one single COVID-19 patient.

According to a report by Military.com, the hastily built field hospital set up by the Army in Seattle’s pro football stadium is shutting down without ever seeing a patient. This is being done “so the service can shift resources where they’re more urgently needed”, Washington state Governor Jay Inslee said.

Medical equipment at the CenturyLink Field Event Center is being returned to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) for use elsewhere, but the governor cautioned against reading too much into the move. Governor Inslee wants people to remain in a panicked state of emergency and dependent on the government’s salvation.

Don’t let this decision give you the impression that we are out of the woods,” Inslee said in a statement intended to push the official narrative of fear on Wednesday. “We have to keep our guard up and continue to stay home unless conducting essential activities to keep everyone healthy.” Washington state saw the first coronavirus death in the U.S. on February 29. Stay panicked and remain in fear, Inslee says.  “But we haven’t beat this virus yet and, until we do, it has the potential to spread rapidly if we don’t continue the measures we’ve put in place, he said.

The state asked FEMA and the Army Corps of Engineers to convert the football stadium “before our physical distancing strategies were fully implemented and we had considerable concerns that our hospitals would be overloaded with COVID-19 cases,” Inslee said.  Even though the hospitals have the capacity to handle patients getting sick with the virus.

The decision to close the Seattle field hospital comes amid early signs that the number of new cases could be hitting a plateau in New York, the epicenter of the coronavirus epidemic in the U.S., and other states.

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At a news conference Friday, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said, “Overall, New York is flattening the curve.”

We were never dealing with a pandemic in the general sense. We were always dealing with a tyrannical power grab by every governor in this country and at the head of that, was Dr. Anthony Fauci.  Fauci was so wrong about this virus he should be permanently discredited.  Yet Americans continue to fall in line and obey his orders to their own personal economic detriment.

The unprecedented government response and mass panic will have lasting negative effects for all Americans. Many more will be destroyed financially and all will lose most of what’s left of our basic human rights.

Dr. Ron Paul On Coronavirus Panic: The Real Danger “Is The Government’s Overreaction”

The good news is that you can find toilet paper on some online retailers again. I’ll continue to do my best to link items that were bought in a panic over the past month to help those who may need them. Toilet paper still seems to be the hottest commodity of 2020.

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Almost 20% of households have lost work due to the coronavirus — and that was before states shut down restaurants and bars

The wide-ranging preventative measures introduced in response to the coronavirus pandemic have resulted in nearly 1 in 5 Americans experiencing a layoff or a reduction in work hours, according to a newly released poll.

As cities and states continue to shut down schools, restaurants, bars, and more, and as people remain at home in order to stunt the spread of the virus, many businesses are starting to feel the economic effects.

By the time the NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll was conducted on March 13-14 — days before many states had announced stricter lockdown measures — layoffs and reduced hours had already hit 18% of U.S. households.

According to a report by food news website Eater.com, dozens of states mandated shutdowns for restaurants and bars effective earlier this week, on Monday and Tuesday. Unless most restaurant owners preemptively adjusted employee schedules, this news could mean that 18% is only the beginning and that the loss of work rate could significantly expand in the weeks and months ahead.

In fact, NPR noted in a report on the poll’s findings that restaurants, bars, and travel industries have been among the hardest hit, but that the ripple effects of the economic downturn are expected to eventually affect the entire economy.

The poll also revealed that lower-income workers have been affected the most so far as a quarter of households making less than $50,000 have already experienced loss of work. While some American employees are able to work from home, for many blue-collar businesses and retail industry jobs, remote work is simply not an option.

In an advisory notice sent from the White House Monday, President Trump recommended that Americans avoid social gatherings consisting of more than 10 people. That notice, along with recommendations released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Sunday calling for the cancellation of mass gatherings, prompted cities and states to order restaurants, bars, and other community gathering spaces to temporarily close.

The president, aware of the dangerous economic effects such preventative measures could result in, has advocated for a multibillion-dollar stimulus package to protect the economy. The package is reported to include $250 billion in direct payments to Americans and provide significant relief for small businesses.

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