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Businesses Must Review Proof Of Vaccination To Drop Mask, Distance Requirements – What Would You Expect From A Backwards Bi-Sexual Governor?

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Published on: May 20, 2021

“You can see clearly as to what takes place when you give a free hand to those that God clearly condemns.  They attack the innocent” (Romans 1:24).

Well, friends, if you were to ask who would attempt to enforce what is not law down upon those that abide by the law you need look no further than the backwards bi-sexual Kate Brown, the said governor from Oregon (Psalm 94:20).  Of course, the mainstream media loves to put these monsters in a good light (Isaiah 5:20).

Kate likes to use the law against the law to have it her way regardless of whether it is lawful or not. As a matter of fact, look to her unconstitutional edicts that she means to implement in her state. She is attempting to have businesses to do for her what she cannot lawfully do.

After reading the following, I have one question I would like to ask you.

The new Oregon guidance says:

  •  Individuals in Oregon are no longer required to wear a face mask or physically distance, whether indoors or outdoors, two weeks after their final COVID-19 vaccination dose. A “fully vaccinated individual” is a person who has received both doses of a two-dose COVID-19 vaccine or one dose of a single-dose vaccine and at least 14 days have passed since the individual’s final dose of COVID-19 vaccine.
  • However, fully vaccinated individuals are required to continue wearing a mask and observe physical distancing on public transportation and in schools, hospitals and clinics, homeless shelters, youth and adult correctional facilities and long-term care facilities.
  • Businesses, employers and faith institutions can choose to no longer require masks and physical distancing for fully vaccinated individuals or continue to require masks and physical distancing in their locations for all individuals, regardless of vaccination status.
  • If a business, employer or faith institution chooses to no longer require masks and physical distancing, the business, employer or faith institution must require visitors to show proof of vaccination and review the proof of vaccination. In that case, a business would need to have a policy for checking the vaccination status of customers and employees if they are not wearing masks. Fully vaccinated individuals would need to provide proof they’d been vaccinated if they want to remove face coverings and not observe physical distancing guidelines.

In addition, state health experts announced that face coverings are no longer required outdoors (regardless of vaccination status). OHA strongly recommends that people who are not vaccinated and people who are at high risk of severe COVID-19 disease continue to wear face coverings and physically distance in outdoor crowded areas and large gatherings.

KTVZ reported New OHA guidance: Businesses must review proof of vaccination to drop mask, distance requirements

Guidelines say churches also ‘must require visitors to show proof of vaccination and review the proof of vaccination’

SALEM, Ore. (KTVZ) — The Oregon Health Authority released updated guidance Tuesday about mask and physical distancing requirements for individuals fully vaccinated against COVID-19, saying businesses and churches “must require visitors to show proof of vaccination” — and review it — if they want to drop mask and distancing requirements.

Under the updated guidance, OHA said people who are fully vaccinated will no longer be required to wear a mask indoors, in most public settings where vaccination status is checked. In public settings where vaccination status is not checked, masks will still be required. Finally, businesses and venue operators remain free to establish their own, more restrictive policies regarding mask usage.

In addition to exempting people who are fully vaccinated from mask requirements in most indoor settings, OHA health experts announced that mask requirements no longer apply to anyone who is outdoors.

However, OHA recommends that individuals continue to wear a mask or face covering in crowded areas and large gatherings (such as sporting events), and to maintain physical distance as much as possible. OHA urges unvaccinated individuals and those at risk for complications to wear masks in these settings.

The new guidance comes after the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) last week announced that individuals who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 could stop wearing masks and stop physical distancing in most public spaces.

Gov. Kate Brown pointed to the CDC announcement as “another sign that as more people become fully vaccinated, the closer we are to ending this pandemic.”

In Conclusion: The one question I would like to ask you is, where is the law in the US Constitution that says that she can implement that which is unlawful? Answer: There isn’t one!

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