If you fall and break your arm, do you go to a politician to get it fixed? If the letters on a page you’re reading are all blurry, do you go to a politician to fix it? If you have brown spots on your lawn, do you call a politician to find out what it is?
Normally you don’t. You go to a person who specializes in those things.
So why are politicians pulling arbitrary dates to stop mandates on wearing a mask during a pandemic?
This is a pandemic, not an epidemic, and the pandemic isn’t over. Utah only has about 10% of its population that’s been vaccinated with both shots. That’s not even close to being in the herd immunity range. A politician’s job is to run a country, state, city, etc. A good politician would use facts and solid data to do that.
Seems the politicians in Utah use relief from intimidators as their means in their decision-making.
John F. Wuthrich, North Salt Lake