Florida Reaches Lowest COVID Rate Per Capita Without Need For Senseless Mandates

In Los Angeles County, you can't walk inside a restaurant or business without wearing a mask. Pulling up to the drive-thru maskless isn't a violation, but God forbid you walk inside and spread COVID without a face covering or proof of vaccination.

Blue states have proudly led the nation in retaining COVID-19 mandates that have been outdated since the latter part of 2020. Meanwhile, Texas boasted the fastest economic recovery in the nation and Florida now leads the nation in lowest per capita COVID rates among all continental U.S. states. Only 12 citizens per 100,000 are getting the illness, per the New York Times' COVID data.

All made possible without the need for mandates.

OutKick's Clay Travis tweeted out the revealing numbers, pointing out how COVID mandates put in place have overstayed their welcome as the media parades around their own natural immunity to data.

In New York City, municipal workers will be subject to mandatory vaccination before returning to work, ousting regular testing as an option starting Nov. 1.

Citizens in Los Angeles, namely parents to young students, are increasingly uproarious over vaccination mandates put in place to prohibit returning to a normal life.

As Biden, Fauci and the media continue to critique Gov. Ron DeSantis' strategy of letting citizens live without restraints, the numbers continue to tell a different story as to what actually works.

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Alejandro Avila lives in Southern California and previously covered news for the LA Football Network. Jeopardy expert and grumpy sports fan. Known for having watched every movie and constant craving for dessert. @alejandroaveela (on X)