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Governor DeSantis Takes Charge and Suspends Local Emergency COVID-19 Orders

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On Monday, Florida’s Republican Governor, Ron DeSantis, signed a bill into law, banning COVID-19 passports in the state. DeSantis also revealed a new executive order that would suspend all pandemic-related emergency orders in the state.

Businesses, schools, and government offices in Florida are now banned by law from making people show documentation that proves they’ve been vaccinated for COVID-19 or they’ve recovered from the virus prior to entry.

The new law also provides DeSantis the authority that can override local health orders during a health emergency. He also now has the authority to direct government agencies in the state to create plans for future pandemics.

DeSantis to Suspend COVID-19 Orders

DeSantis made a few remarks prior to signing the bill, including the announcement of a new executive order. The new executive action entails that all local COVID-19 emergency orders will become non-effective in Flora starting July 1. In the meantime, the governor plans to use his authority in suspending local restrictions until this executive order takes effect.

The governor also said that what he did was based on evidence. He said he believes if people think they still need policing, it means they don’t believe the vaccine and science. He noted that they “embraced the vaccines” and “embraced the science on it.”

DeSantis’ order will take effect on state and local governments. Private businesses in Florida will have the freedom to enact their own health and safety rules as they see fit.

The Florida governor also slammed local and state governments in other areas of the country since they continue to enact new pandemic-related restrictions even though vaccine distribution steadily continues. Additionally, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention itself issued guidelines that mention fully vaccinated Americans don’t have to wear masks outdoors. They should only wear masks while they’re with a large crowd.

“It’s insane,” DeSantis said.

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  • Doug says:

    ITS ABOUT TIME!

  • Independent1 says:

    You GO, Gov. Desantis!!!! GOOD FOR YOU AND YOUR STATE OF FLORIDA!!! Are you listening, Georgia???

  • David says:

    And then there’s democrats, locking down and threatening more lock downs. All for a bad flu. Such a shame.

  • rottenrollin says:

    A true American hero.

    He should be just a good politician doing his job, with this, but in today’s warped CRAT environment, his actions raise him to the level of hero.

    DOES THIS MEAN we can tell everyone in Florida businesses telling you to wear a mask that they can stick their masks???

  • Mary says:

    Wooo hoooo!! You go governor!! Praying the rest of the states will follow. This Experimental Covid-19 shot was suppose to be used as a temporary remedy due to an emergency crisis…well the emergency is over and we now know a lot about the virus….the survival rate is high and It now has worked it’s way thru the US ..most of us are immune to it by now.. so, since it’s still in the EXPERIMENTAL stages..back off and go study it more!!!! I will never take it.. I am 63 and afraid if I do take the shot it will break down my immune system and then what?! Ugh! God made our bodies with a natural defense system for a reason.. HELLO!!!!!!!!

  • Elaine says:

    Woohoo. I am sooo sick of the masks AND I’m a nurse.
    Funny, I get criticism from some liberal minded colleagues on my beliefs related to this pandemic…but if this disease is soooo contagious and officials claim to know so much about it why aren’t we ALL dead or contracted it?? Because NO ONE in my area of south Florida in ER or at surgery centers or recovery rooms in at least 5 local hosipitals ever changed uniforms between each patient. What I mean is that everyday when operations resumed we did not dress in hazmat or change uniforms throughout the day and my clothing came in contact with many patients and their clothes and belongings everyday yet I never got sick and neither did anyone in our facility. At least not from work related transmission. The only ones I know that had to work in hazmat was staff in direct care with the known sickest Covid patients in isolation. Yet the media would have us believe that every human we contact daily could pass it on. Well I deal with about a hundred patients weekly and i am darn healthy!! So I have huge doubts and questions about the credibility of the “experts”!! Many of us in medicine do!!!

  • Ben says:

    Does anybody know how much this cost?any Federal run agency ALWAYS says how important they are.

  • Msgixxer says:

    State of Florida is BLESSED to have a governor that KNOWS what he’s doing. Thinks of the people first. God Bless him.

  • Rich says:

    Good for him he’s doing a great job hopefully other states will follow suit and get their heads out of the sand

  • janet says:

    here’s some new idiocy – state of Oregon – you can buy a cup of coffee but you can’t remove your mask to drink it! Anyone able to beat that?

  • Mary says:

    Hey Janet
    Dannnng they have lost their minds!! 🤦🏼‍♀️

  • Bart Gundy says:

    I never wear a mask and lately most places don’t even ask. I think we are all tired of doing something for no reason, it doesn’t work. Fauci said so in the beginning till Biden pressured him. How about that dumbass Biden wearing a double mask. Also this has to be unconstitutional this is America just like closing the churches. The constitution says you will make no law against churches and religion. It doesn’t say EXCEPT in an emergency or pandemic. There was plagues in those days too.
    The First Amendment to the United States Constitution prevents the government from making laws which regulate an establishment of religion, or that would prohibit the free exercise of religion, or abridge the freedom of speech, the freedom of the press, the freedom of assembly, or the right to petition the government for redress of grievances. It was adopted on December 15, 1791, as one of the ten amendments that constitute the Bill of Rights.

  • Aida says:

    I Live in FL, and I love my governor. I will vote for him if he runs for the Presidency in 2024. He has shown he is knowledgeable, He search for facts, not hype, He served our country in the Navy Reserves, he is a family man, he is very strategic, etc, etc. What else can I say?

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