California County Reinstates Mask Mandate
COVID tyranny is not over yet.
Alameda County has reinstated its mask mandate citing rising COVID cases. This is despite the fact that studies have shown mask mandates doing very little to stop the spread of COVID.
In California’s Bay Area, Alameda County residents will be required to mask up in most public indoor settings again.
Effective Friday, officials cited rising COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations, noting that daily reported cases have exceeded the peak of last summer’s delta wave and are “now approaching levels seen during the winter 2020-21 wave, at comparable lab-reported testing levels.”
Reported cases are believed to be an underestimate of the total.