Unlike Florida's #FocusedProtection, lockdowns shifted #COVID burden from the affluent to the working class and minorities. @AOC @JamaalBowmanNY @ColinAllredTX @ByronDonalds @BurgessOwens @IlhanMN @RepKarenBass @ewarren @MondaireJones @RepCarlos @CoriBush @RoKhanna @RashidaTlaib

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And now we want to deny jobs and education to the same working-class people who we forced to get Covid, based on mandating a vax that they don't want or (in cases of prior infection) need. How many times can you throw someone under the bus?
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Reminder: Although Gov. DeSantis brags about private-sector job growth over the past 14 months in Florida, the rate of that growth in Florida has been below the national average.
Private-sector job creation over the past 14 months (the period Gov. DeSantis of Florida is bragging about): New York: +16.2% fred.stlouisfed.org/series/S… United States: +14.4% fred.stlouisfed.org/series/U… Florida:+13.6% fred.stlouisfed.org/series/S…
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Yeah - coz rich white people like you and me could work from home, and the #essential workers had to go to work If you look at data on who has to turn up, skews minority bigly as #TFG used to say) #TruthMatters #ScienceMatters
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The proportion has changed. But would it reduce the number of frontline workers deaths if the rest kept commuting to the offices? I think it’d be useful to share what actions did DeSantis take to improve covid outcomes for frontline workers and their families with dates, numbers.
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The day you posted this, FL had 183 COVID deaths, compared to 47 in CA and 7 in NY. Using Florida - and your advice to let it rip in the ambulatory population - as a success story right now is bonkers. Also, this "equity" wasn't true in first wave: floridahealthjustice.org/the…
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Florida’s #FocusedProtection Almost every age bracket from young to old is higher (not lower) in 2021 versus 2020. Why is that @MartinKulldorff? Why is that @GovRonDeSantis? Thoughts @EricTopol ?
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