It’s not going to work.
Much of the county was over it last summer. They’re much more over it now. But the dysfunctional Los Angeles County public health machine is cranking its broken motor up again.
With increase circulation of the highly transmissible Delta variant, the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (Public Health) strongly recommends everyone, regardless of vaccination status, wear masks indoors in public places as a precautionary measure. In the week ending June 12, Delta variants comprised of nearly half of all variants sequenced in Los Angeles County…
Public Health strongly recommends people wear masks indoors in settings such as grocery or retail stores; theaters and family entertainment centers, and workplaces when you don’t know everyone’s vaccination status.
Ferrer, known to some viewers as the crypt keeper of public health, has a “Ph.D. in Social Welfare from Brandeis University, a Master of Arts in Public Health from Boston University, a Master of Arts in Education from the University of Massachusetts, Boston, and a Bachelor of Arts in Community Studies.”
She’s not a doctor or has any degrees worth paying attention to. That’s par for the course with public health professionals.
But you have to credit her with boldly trying to restart masks at a time when hardly anyone is wearing them unless they’re legally obligated to.