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QUESTION OF THE DAY: Should local health orders be allowed to expire?

Patrons gather outside Campus Bar & Grill in downtown Columbia.
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Patrons gather outside Campus Bar & Grill in downtown Columbia.

Coronavirus health orders in Columbia and Boone County will expire next week and will not be replaced with new ones.

Local officials gathered Monday to announce the news, citing low numbers of new coronavirus cases and increasing numbers of vaccinations. However, they also said orders could be reinstated if trends start moving in the wrong direction.

Do you think the orders should be allowed to expire? Vote in the poll below.

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ABC 17 News Team

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  1. They should have been stopped many months ago, when it became obvious there was little to no evidence they work, and abundant evidence they don’t. Not to mention that the destruction of our economic, social, and mental health to contain a virus a bit more dangerous than ordinary is pure insanity. Your “experts” and “officials” will do nothing but parrot the CDC, which has a brightly colored history of deception, fraud, and collusion with Pharma. Alcohol sales increased by FIVE HUNDRED PERCENT in the US last year. Just one of the abundant indications that the cure is worse than the disease.
    CDC fraud: In July of last year the CDC was aware that 35+ cycles renders the PCR test useless because of excessive false positives, yet continued to recommend 40 until January 20 2021. Along with the WHO and the FDA.

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