Monday, December 20, 2021

'CHECK THEIR STOCK PURCHASES': Democrat-Run Cities Reintroducing Restrictions Despite Proven Failure of Such Actions, D.C. Follows Suit

Source: MSN

Published: December 20, 2021

By: Deirdre Byrne

D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser announced that the indoor mask mandate is coming back starting at 6 a.m. Tuesday through Jan. 31.

The announcement was made at a weekly COVID-19 press briefing Monday afternoon. It comes as D.C. has been experiencing its highest daily coronavirus case count since the start of the pandemic. 

Bowser also said she plans to reinstate the District's state of emergency and announced a six-part action plan to limit the spread of the coronavirus. 

The District is expanding testing centers and will offer free COVID-19 rapid antigen testing kits to residents. 

D.C. government employees will be required to get a COVID-19 vaccination and booster shot. Employees will no longer have the option of partaking in frequent testing instead of getting vaccinated, Bowser said. 

While some school districts in the region have returned to virtual learning to stop the spread, Bowser extended winter break across DC Public Schools through Jan. 5, so that students, teachers and staff would have enough time to take a rapid test before returning to class. The mayor says 100,000 "Test Yourself Express" rapid antigen tests would be distributed to DCPS and DC Public charter schools. 

"Every school will receive enough rapid tests for every student, teacher and staff member...  to be used to support a safe return from winter break," Bowser said. 

Schools will remain closed on Jan. 3 and 4 to serve as testing days before schools reopen. Staff and families will use those days to pick up rapid antigen tests, Bowser said. 

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