Commentary by Samuel Strait – May 30, 2022
Not that anyone even cares what our local Public Health Officer, Aaron
Stutz has to say these days, it is important to note that he is still
alive and drawing his nice six figure salary from Del Norte County.
Breath a deep sigh of relief that he isn’t “Covid death” number 49, as
he for some unknown reason can offer no details on the new death “from”
Covid-19. Of course it is a mystery just how some one dies solely
“from” Covid-19 with all the new therapeutics and “vaccines” available,
yet there you have it from Dr. Stutz’s own lips.
Lord Stutz goes on to give the latest statistics regarding the County’s
infection count and hospitalizations, much of which seems to be in the
incarcerated population and staff out at Pelican Bay. So much for lock
downs, face masks and social distancing. One wonders what the
vaccination rate is out at the prison. Still, a bit over 50% in the
local population seems to be acceptable for our Public Health Master so
masks may not be in the immediate future. With vaccination
ineffectiveness, studies claiming only four to six weeks of protection,
the Public Health Lord still seems to think that vaccination is a tool
in his tool box recommending a yearly jab. Guess he is unaware of the
growing list of undesirable outcomes from being vaccinated. Then again,
there hasn’t been much Covid-19 news lately since many in the public
have had it with medical “experts” found to have sold us two plus years
of seriously defective “advice” on how Covid-19 was to be the “end” for
all of us. Smacks of a lot of things on the “left” side of the
political aisle that are “going” to do us in.
Lord Stutz continues to worry those that cling to their face decorations
with speculation of a “new” variant in the future and a return to
masking fashion statements indoors, but no longer worries about the
local hospital handling waves of Covid. Those that got the thrill of
dictating Covid policy will have to wait. In the mean time, cases in the
County have reached 78, with one in the hospital. Pelican Bay is
reporting 103 active cases. Aside from the nine counties surrounding
San Francisco, Covid-19 has given California a much needed break.
Hopefully with the new treatments to mitigate the effects of the virus,
hospitalizations and deaths will continue to be in decline.
Needles to say those that wish to wear masks and get vaccinated every
four to six weeks, the world is your oyster. Hopefully the issues with
vaccines will not come to your door. Vaccinations remain an option at
public health and various pharmacies in town. Testing has been
contracted out to Optumserve at various sites throughout the County at
different times. Clearly not everyone has moved on as the world has
developed new news worthy ills to virtue signal over. Thankfully,
except for the odd mask or two, things have returned more or less to
normal with many in local businesses expecting an improving economic
climate with summer in the winds. Lord Stutz, in the meantime, should
safely retire to where ever he has been hiding for the past several
months. Covid-19 will hopefully remain in the rear view mirror and
public health policies practiced will be forever banned from use again.