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  • today, November 15 2020 I have to report to Washingtonians is the most dangerous public health day in over 100 years in our states.

  • Great history.

  • It is troublesome.

  • But I must report that we have a pandemic raging across our state, A broad across our state.

  • It is a potentially fatal disease.

  • Left unchecked, it will assuredly result in grossly overburdened hospitals.

  • Left unchecked, the economic devastation long term will be continually prolonged and most importantly, left unchecked.

  • We will see continued untold numbers of deaths.

  • We will not allow these things to happen.

  • Three weeks ago, we were in a relatively stable position or four weeks ago, and there was a good reason to hope that this surge would would not be something catastrophic.

  • And boom, it just hit us like bricks.

  • I mean, we went from, you know, I'd get up in the morning and see our daily numbers of 600.

  • Just a few weeks ago when I was 20.

  • 200 this morning.

  • So this is an explosive situation that we're in.

  • And when you have an explosive fire, you've got to respond anywhere those embers can land and those embers air landing all over our state right now.

today, November 15 2020 I have to report to Washingtonians is the most dangerous public health day in over 100 years in our states.

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Washington state imposes severe COVID restrictions

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/11/17
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