DOH investigates 2 clusters
LIHU‘E — In the last two weeks, the state Department of Health has identified two active COVID-19 clusters on Kaua‘i, one associated with a restaurant and another a place of worship.
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How do they know the coronavirus came from church? And if it’s from church, why don’t they just stay home and not go back until this whole thing cools down? We don’t really need church. Especially now that we are on unstable grounds. It just make sense to stay home yet and not attend church until it is okay to do so. For everyone’s safety.
so dumb…at risk for what…a stuffy nose for 2-3 days…these people have gone bat s. crazy….
You’re not telling us the locations, because you either have relatives working there, or you got paid off. Probably both, but if you don’t tell the public where these clusters are located, you’re not doing your job DOH.
Hospitalized? No. Deaths, none. Fear and willingness to ignore reports on the new side effects added to emergency use vaccines. Informed consent.
Who and when? Very important questions. I have doubts the restaurant employees did not have contact with customers. Food prep, dish washing, busing tables? Restaurant workers were deemed “essential” and got priority for vaccines. Why so many did not take advantage? No proper IDs? The restaurant and church should be identified and face some public shaming for not protecting their customers/members.