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3 May, 5 tweets, 2 min read
Now: @GovRonDeSantis is signing the 'Emergency Orders' bill in St. Petersburg that would limit local orders to 7 days at a time, up to 42 days; would create checks and balances on emergency powers and would prohibit vaccine passports of customers, consumers and students in FL.
I typed up this summary the other day:

The governor adds they will continue to offer clemency to oustanding fines on individuals or businesses from previous citations due to local orders throughout the state
RECAP: @GovRonDeSantis signs SB2006 that would ban vax passports on customers/students, create restrictions on emergencies (recap below), will take effect July 1. Until then, offers clemency on existing fines, will issue E.O. suspending all local orders.

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23 Mar
Northern Europe cases, take two. They're rising as they did this time last year. But they're flat in the UK.

Possible reason why...

U.S. is following a similar flat line recently as U.K.

Read 4 tweets
12 Mar
Some would tell you COVID cases are a product of behavior. Spontaneous carelessness and disregard for NPIs. But those folks never explain how millions of cases move in unison in parts of the world like synchronized swimmers. Behold WHO's 18 "flu transmission zones"

N/SW/E Europe
N/S/E/W Africa
Central America/Caribbean and Tropical and Temperate South America
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4 Mar
The CDC's own data tracker and look at trends in number of cases using the 7 day average. Literally their own data has 7 day moving case average in decline each of the past four days. They're literally showing one thing and telling another.…
My apologies, it was only *three* straight days.

Here are the 7 day case rates the past 14 days. You decide.

F17 161.77
F18 151.58
F19 144.02
F20 138.34
F21 134.67
F22 134.43
F23 138.07
F24 139.80
F25 141.60
F26 141.72
F27 141.84
F28 140.74
M01 139.48
M02 134.81
If cases were going up (there is not currently evidence that they are, certainly not their own data), there is no sign of it showing in more ER visits or hospitalizations. From CDC's own data tracker site: ImageImage
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26 Feb
In Orlando at a live presser now, @GovRonDeSantis and first lady @FLCaseyDeSantis are announcing Resiliency Florida, a mental health initiative to improve well being of kids in schools. Florida pro sports teams and other sports organizations are partnering up for the effort.
Former college football coach Lou Holtz now speaking
Holtz saying because everyone gets a trophy, some kids don't know how to properly handle adversity and it's important to teach them how to handle it.
Read 4 tweets
2 Feb
Right now in a presser, @GovRonDeSantis announcing his intent to crack down on Big Tech censorship and selling of private data of Florida residents.
Florida House Speaker @ChrisSprowls now speaking on the initiative for Big Tech reform in the state
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