New Covid Guidance From Ron Desantis and Florida Surgeon General Joe Ladapo| Complete Info!

This past week, Gov. Ron DeSantis and Florida’s Surgeon General, Joseph Ladapo, announced significant changes to the state’s COVID-19 guidance, including a push back against unscientific corporate masking, a reduction in isolation for all Floridians,

including those in schools and daycares, and a recommendation that physicians use their individual clinical judgment and expertise based on their patients’ needs and preferences.

According to DeSantis, “people want to live freely in Florida, free from corporate disguising that creates a two-tier society and free from burdensome seclusion for children.

” In other words, we are empowering health-care professionals to follow research rather than Fauci’s status quo.”

The following are the most recent public health updates in Florida:

Making a stand against corporate masking of employees’ identities

Encouraging healthcare practitioners and facilities to reevaluate their current protocols in favor of more effective ones

Patients Will Benefit from Treatment Options That Are Scientifically Based

Child Isolation should be limited to 5 days per year, according to new daycare guidelines.

Student isolation should be limited to no more than 5 days, according to a new school rule.

Isolation for Floridians with COVID is being reduced to 5 days.

As Ladapo points out, “the state of Florida has broad naturally occurring and vaccine-induced immunity.”

“Preliminary evidence suggests that the majority of secondary transmission occurs early in the process.

Florida will continue to make decisions for Floridians based on strong science rather than fear, regardless of whether they are employed or enrolled in school.”

Making a stand against corporate masking of employees’ identities

A lack of proof that masks, particularly textile face covers, inhibit the transmission of COVID-19 has led many businesses to insist that their employees wear masks at work regardless of the situation.

Covid Guidance From Ron Desantis

In contrast to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s masking guidelines, Florida’s new masking advisory warns against wearing facial coverings in a public place.

There is insufficient data to suggest that face masks limit the spread of respiratory illnesses.

In this advice, it is made plain that no employee of a firm should be required to wear a mask while performing their duties.

The guidance acknowledges that there are millions of individuals in Florida working in a variety of industries, ranging from hospitality to manufacturing to banking,

who has been forced to wear a mask at work for absolutely no reason at all?

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Encouragement to Health Care Practitioners, Facilities, and Organizations to Reevaluate Status Quo Protocols in Favor of Scientifically Based Treatment Options to Benefit Patients

Florida understands that health care practitioners are the best people to advise their patients on how to effectively care for them.

The steps taken today make it clear that practitioners will have the flexibility to treat patients with off-label prescriptions if they think that it will benefit the patient and it is something the patient is willing to try, as long as they obtain informed consent from the patient first.

Florida has always believed in providing health care professionals with as many treatment options as possible, and it was the state that spearheaded efforts to make monoclonal antibody treatments available statewide.

Child Isolation should be limited to 5 days per year, according to new daycare guidelines.

By changing old, illogical guidelines that harm working families and keep children out of school, the state of Florida is assisting parents who have children in daycare programs.

Healthful children in daycare are not required to be quarantined, and children in daycare who test positive for COVID-19 are allowed to return after five days without the need for another test.

As previously stated, children attending daycare should never be compelled to wear a mask; rather, the decision to do so should always be decided by the parent.

Student isolation should be limited to no more than 5 days, according to a new school rule.

In addition, the Florida Department of Health is revising the school isolation rule to lower the duration of isolation to five days.

Parents retain the freedom to decide whether or not their child should wear a mask, and doing so is still strictly voluntary in most cases.

Isolation for Floridians with COVID is being reduced to 5 days.

The Florida Department of Health’s new 5-day isolation advice for COVID-19 is based on research and was informed by factors such as access to therapies, the advantages and dangers of isolation, and broad immunity to the virus in the community.

Due to evidence that face masks are ineffective in preventing transmission, the 5-day advice does not recommend the use of face masks among the general public as a mitigation method.

This advice acknowledges that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s guidance is outdated and has forced Floridians to skip work and school even when it is safe to return.

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