Utah Parents Fight Back Against State’s Mask Mandate
Utah Gov. Gary Herbert takes off his mask before speaking during the daily briefing on the state’s efforts to fight COVID-19 Wednesday, June 24, 2020, in Salt Lake City. (Steve Griffin/ Deseret News via AP, Pool)
According to recent reports, around 100 residents crammed into a small meeting space in Provo on Wednesday to protest mask mandates for children.
However, Utah County commissioner Tanner Ainge canceled the meeting before it started due to a lack of social distancing and face coverings.
“This is the exact opposite of what we should be doing,” he stated. “We are suppose to be physically distancing, wearing masks and so.”
This came after fellow county commissioner Bill Lee (Pictured here/credit:Isaac Hale, Daily Herald) organized the meeting, while calling for a compassionate exemption from the governor’s policy for children with certain health conditions such as asthma and anxiety.
Utah Gov. Gary Herbert recently extended an executive order directing masks be worn by kids in grades K-12 in all schools…..
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