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Florida’s path from worst-to-first in COVID metrics raises questions about pandemic restrictions

"Two months ago, Florida led the nation in COVID-19 positivity rates and per capita hospitalizations and deaths. Now, the state has the nation’s lowest positivity and death rates.

Gov. Ron DeSantis attributes the turnaround – part of a sustained nationwide trend – to the state’s aggressive vaccination outreach, creation of monoclonal treatment centers and its “data-driven approach free of mandates.”"

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/fl...?ocid=msedgntp

This is real simple: unless yer a Marxist with a fu_ked up brain.

Individuals always make the best decisions for themselves, (which is always best for the entire society as well).

That is why Capitalism works so well and Marxist central control is always a big fat FAIL!!!

Ya gotta have a brain, (at least one functional brain cell), to get this simple yet profound concept...

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