Portland, Oregon 2020-11-19 18:34:36 –
“Celebrating Thanksgiving with as many family and friends as I can find,” said the next Chairman of Clackamas County.
Portland, Oregon (KOIN) —Medical officials have said after a politician in Clackamas County has publicly condemned Governor Kate Brown’s order to refrain from a major holiday rally.
In response to Brown’s mandated two-week freeze at a social gathering on Facebook, Tutti Smith, the next chairman of the Clackamas County Commission, said: Governor Brown is wrong to order the other way around. “
The Republican Party later described Brown’s mission when he appeared on Fox News: “We don’t have to be treated as second-class slaves in our homes.”
Smith doubled her message again during an interview with AM Extra at KOIN 6 News.
“I think people can make their own decisions about their lives,” Smith said. “The government has no right to invade the privacy of the people in their homes.”
However, former Sangun Health Officer says Smith’s message is irresponsible.
“I’m in contact with many doctors’ leaders today, and people are universally surprised at the idea that people will promote something very dangerous,” said Dr. Paul Lewis. It was. “Our hospital is crowded and is now more and more crowded.”
Lewis, a former health officer in Clackamas County and now a private practitioner, said there was concern that people would come together and someone who was an asymptomatic carrier of COVID-19 would spread the disease to many homes. ..
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