No, I’m Not Worried: Part 6.5

This one is probably my favorite. A letter from President Trump to the governors.

The key point:

This is what we envision: Our expanded testing capabilities will quickly enable us to publish criteria, developed in close coordination with the nation’s public health officials and scientists, to help classify counties with respect to continued risks posed by the virus

In short: the plan is to start looking at individual counties when making policy decisions about the virus instead of the whole country or individual states.

Like I said, if you want me to start criticizing the administration, it’ll have to start making decisions I think are wrong.


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2 Responses to No, I’m Not Worried: Part 6.5

  1. Chad says:

    Good stuff. We need more testing to make better decisions, and most of all, we need better subsidiarity. Stop using governors, and get down to the county level at most, if not individual townships where possible. If someone’s incompetent, maybe kick it up a notch then.

    • If you want to know why I’m so satisfied with the administration’s response, this is the best example. I’ve been beating this drum for days, and somebody is responding in a way that *isn’t retarded*!

      It’s a little hard to believe honestly.

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