-Pennsylvania is making people wear masks inside their homes.
-Ohio is making people be home by 10 p.m.
-Vermont won’t even let you have friends over.
— Rep. Jim Jordan (@Jim_Jordan) November 18, 2020
MINNESOTA GOVERNOR TIM WALZ ORDERS RESTAURANTS, BARS TO HALT IN-PERSON DINING, FITNESS CENTERS TO CLOSE FOR FOUR WEEKS
— FXHedge (@Fxhedgers) November 19, 2020
If Gavin Newsom and the top doctors in California can dine together indoors in Napa Valley, why shouldn't you be allowed to host Thanksgiving?
— Charlie Kirk (@charliekirk11) November 18, 2020
LOOK AT THIS SHIT…pic.twitter.com/sjxx4mGtEc
— INVESTMENT HULK (@INVESTMENTSHULK) November 18, 2020
New York City’s public-school system is to close its doors “indefinitely,” officials announced, after the city’s seven-day coronavirus positive rate hit three percent. They won’t necessarily open their doors when it dips, either.
Schools will suspend all in-person instruction on Thursday, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio confirmed via tweet on Wednesday. In-person classes are not expected to begin again anytime soon – de Blasio has said he doesn’t want to “disrupt” the lives of children, parents and teachers by switching back and forth between open and closed every few days as the seven-day positivity average fluctuates.