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“Too many American men and women have given the last full measure of devotion for us to be cavalier with the very liberty they fought and died to provide,” said Councilman Ernie Trakas, a Republican. “I will not abide any measures that seek to compromise or erode our liberty and freedom.”

The St. Louis County Council in Missouri voted on Tuesday, July 27, to stop the county executive’s attempt to reimpose the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) mask mandate.

County Executive Sam Page, a Democrat, attempted to implement the mask mandate supposedly because of the rapid spread of the post-vaccine delta variant of the coronavirus.

The county mask mandate took effect on Monday, July 26. It required everyone to wear a mask in indoor public spaces, regardless of whether or not they have been vaccinated. (Related: St. Louis orders all vaccinated residents to return to mandatory masking while indoors, effectively admitting that vaccines don’t work to stop the spread of covid.)


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