No Mask, No Mas in Miami | Bullshit

No Mask, No Mas... Bullshit! Yes, we said it, that is just a bunch of hogwash, just 'ole talk'! People are just disregarding the fact that Florida is a hotbed for the Covid-19 Delta variant. I really hope that most of the people there are vaccinated! Then again, being vaccinated does not mean that you cannot contract covid and spread it to friends, family, and members of the public. 

If you believed that this would not have happened then you don't understand the carnival mentality of West Indians. I really don't give a rats arse regarding who is upset with this post. This behavior is just reckless and insane. Take a look at the video below and judge for yourself. Are they following the effective precautions to stop the spread of Covid-19? 

Here is the essence of the message given by the Mayor of Miami/Dade county; the guidelines will help keep you safe. 

It's important that we all get back to the basic COVID precautions we know work:
  • Get vaccinated as soon as possible
  • Wear a mask in public indoor settings. We also strongly encourage you to wear a mask in all public settings including outdoors – especially when in large crowds and around people you don’t know to be vaccinated.
  • Practice social distancing in public and socialize outdoors wherever possible
  • Wash your hands frequently
  • Stay home if you’re sick, and if you have been exposed or experience COVID symptoms – even if you’re vaccinated – get tested.
From Miami Carnival Committee:
We are excited about getting back to the celebration of the Miami Carnival. But we want to do it safely and responsibly. Covid 19, along with the Delta variant, has changed the landscape of our world, so we must change with it. As we plan for the 2021 Miami Carnival season, please know that the Miami Broward Carnival Host Committee, which produces the official Miami Carnival on Columbus Day weekend in Miami, is committed to our patrons’ safety masqueraders, vendors, and the community at large. With that said, we want to inform you that we will incorporate and go beyond the CDC’s minimum requirements.
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