- Mar 28, 2018
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The Delta variant gave Florida governor, Ron DeSantis a record breaking day on Friday.The media needs to calm down and tell the whole story.
The unvaccinated are still the major spreaders of the virus. Breakthrough cases are rare, less than one percent of the new cases daily, and those rarely end up being serious cases.
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It now appears governor Gregg of Texas has plans to go after governor Ron's COVID-19 one-day case record.The Delta variant gave Florida governor, Ron DeSantis a record breaking day on Friday.
Yesterday, as Florida governor Ron DeSantis went about his business keeping his state free of COVID-19 preventative measures, today, “the state of Florida reported more new COVID-19 cases to the Centers for Disease Control than any previous day in the coronavirus pandemic: 21,683.”
This record is not the total cases for July, this is a one-day record, set on Friday, July 30. However, the trump Nazis in Florida will likely have mixed feelings about their governor’s unique achievement, as he beat the former cheeto-in-chief’s daily record by almost 2,350 new COVID-19 cases, yes, in one day.
Making the DeSantis record topping score even more impressive, the former cheeto-in-chief’s January 7th’s 19,334 one-day case total was also set by Florida, but, without the obstacle of vaccinated Floridians that should have skewed the daily case total in the former cheeto-in-chief’s favor.
So, Governor Ron, take a big bow. Your pep-talks to your state’s trump Nazis have been the inspiration that enabled them to throw away their face masks, gather in crowded public and private locations (indoors and out), and thumb their noses at the medical professionals' pleas to get inoculated.
Governor Ron, keep up the good work, more records like this can be yours to break, and just think, given your voter base, in the years to come these records will all be a boost to your political career.