Let’s return common sense to our COVID policies – action alert
When Gov. Walz originally asked Minnesotans to sacrifice and protect each other from COVID, it may have made sense. But after nine months of lockdowns and mandates, it’s time to rethink our COVID policies. Shutting down youth sports, health clubs and all restaurants and bars does not make sense with 70% of COVID fatalities still occurring among our elderly in congregate care.
We therefore call on state leaders to re-focus on protecting the elderly and building capacity in our hospitals. Even Gov. Walz admitted that preventing the spread of the virus in our communities was impossible. The current order lasts until December 19, 2020. Use the link below to send Gov. Walz and your legislators a letter asking them to return common sense to our COVID-19 policies, lift the one-size-fits-all restrictions and focus on the capacity of our hospitals and the care of the elderly in congregate care.
Let them play.
Let them live.
Let them thrive.
Let them work out.
Let them learn.
Return common sense to our COVID policies.
Make your voice heard