Republican Governor Gets in on Orwellian Covid Restrictions

If families in Vermont dare to go to Grandma’s for Thanksgiving they can forget about sending their children back to school next week. 

According to Gov. Phil Scott, schools will be adding new questions to daily health checks about how students spent their holiday. Depending on the answer, kids may have to take online classes for a two-week period or quarantine for a week and then get tested for COVID-19. If negative, they can come back.

“We understand how difficult this is, but since we know these types of gatherings have been the cause of so many outbreaks, we’ve got to do all we can to slow this down,” Scott said.

The governor, a “Republican,” thought businesses should require the same of their employees.

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