County Commissioners Get a Lengthy Report from Beaufort County's Health Director on the Coronavirus | Beaufort County Now

Beaufort County's Health Director Jim Madsen reported to the county commissioners, that the Coronavirus is certainly still making an impact in Beaufort County, even with only now 27 confirmed cases. Beaufort County Commissioners, nonessential businesses, Coronavirus, cvd19
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County Commissioners Get a Lengthy Report from Beaufort County's Health Director on the Coronavirus

    Beaufort County's Health Director Jim Madsen reported to the county commissioners, that the Coronavirus is certainly still making an impact in Beaufort County, even with only now 27 confirmed cases. This report was given the same night that the county commissioners voted 2 to 5 keep Beaufort County businesses shuttered for all "nonessential businesses".

    Health Director Madsen spoke of many topics regading the Wuhan Concoction of Death; however, the subjects that interested me the most concentrated on the fact that the state of North Carolina has not procured adequate quantities of PPE equipment for Beaufort County to administer testing, nor is there a state plan to do so. All matters of this calamity of inefficiency juxtaposed against the backdrop of Authoritarian Governor Cooper keeping North Carolina small businesses mostly closed fro nearly 2 months now, yet doing little to initiate testing.

This informative presentation and discussion between the Health Direct and the Beaufort County Commissioners can be viewed here in that segment: Below.



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Due to the Coronavirus Pandemic, should Beaufort County and North Carolina continue to remain closed except for "essential" businesses favored by Governor Cooper?
  Yes, Beaufort County and all of North Carolina should remain closed until Governor Cooper grants his executive permission.
  No, Beaufort County and North Carolina should reopen NOW, in measured increments, especially in counties where the Coronavirus has had little impact.
  I don't care about the local economy; I have Netflix, plenty of money, fattening foods, and enough toilet paper to outlast this pandemic.
165 total vote(s)     What's your Opinion?


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