44 new COVID-19 cases Friday
LIHU‘E — The state Department of Health Kaua‘i District Health Office reported 44 new cases of COVID-19 Friday.
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Please him so we can Avoid shut down
Expect more of this until they bring back the arrows on the floor directing aisle traffic in Costco, roadblocks to ask people where they came from and where they were going, and dictating another curfew. We didn’t have ANY active cases when those measures were in effect.
The case counts will start to fall. The virus will be harder to transmit as the number of people either vaccinated or who have had the virus makes it harder to find hosts to latch onto. I hope that happens soon though.
everythingisawesome, We also didn’t have all the vaccinated people!
We did better before vaccinations. The reason is, too many people think the vaccination gives them freedom. Freedom from masks and from social distancing. That is the fault of the CDC, our governor, and Lt gov.
Vaccinated people should not have been given a free pass to travel or to take off their masks. It sends the wrong message. They might not get as sick, but they are the ones spreading the virus. All you have to do is look at the numbers.
I still wear my mask and stay 6 feet away from others. Vaccinated people are NO SAFER to be around than the unvaccinated.