Democrats are trying to transform America into a segregated society based on coronavirus vaccination status.
On Monday, Washington Gov. Jay Inslee issued revised guidelines stating that sports venues and churches can increase capacity if they add segregated sections for vaccinated attendees.
However, venues are still not allowed to operate at 100 percent capacity — despite the fact that liberals have been browbeating Americans to wear masks everywhere (even if you’re vaccinated), claiming they deter viral infection.
If masks work and the vaccine works, then why are onerous coronavirus restrictions and capacity limits still in place across the country?
“Outdoor facilities may add vaccinated sections until their total capacity is 50% maximum or 22,000 people, whichever is lower, inclusive of both vaccinated and unvaccinated sections,” the advisory said.
“Indoor facilities may add vaccinated sections until their total capacity is 50% maximum, or maximum 2000 people, whichever is lower.”
However, spectators must show proof that they’re fully vaccinated before being allowed to enter vaccinated-only sections in sporting arenas.
“Self-reported vaccination records that are not verified by a health care provider cannot be accepted,” under Inslee’s new guidelines.
The following are acceptable as proof of full vaccination:
- A vaccination card (which includes the name of person vaccinated, type of vaccine provided and the date the last dose was administered).
- A photo of a vaccination card as a separate document.
- A photo of the vaccine card stored on a phone or electronic device.
- Documentation of vaccination from a healthcare provider electronic health record or state Immunization Information System record.
These strict vaccine card requirements are farcically hypocritical, when you consider that Democrats have long rejected voter ID laws as “racist” and insist that anyone should be allowed to vote, even if they can’t verify who they are or if they’re eligible to vote.
In another bizarre pseudoscientific rule, vaccinated people in vaccinated-only sections are still required to wear face masks, unless they’re eating or drinking. And they must still adhere to social-distancing rules.
“Face coverings must be worn in the fully vaccinated-only sections, except while actively eating and/or drinking in the ticketed seat,” the governor’s advisory states.
And unvaccinated interlopers are not allowed.
“No adults who are not yet fully vaccinated, including adults who are in the progress of being vaccinated, will be permitted in the vaccinated only section, even with a negative test,” the guidelines state.
As for religious and faith-based organizations,
Religious organizations are allowed to reserve sections only for those who are fully vaccinated where
groups do not need to be physically distanced six feet apart if the following conditions are met:
1. All individuals in the vaccinated-only section must be fully vaccinated (or have proof of a negative
COVID-19 test) as follows –
Adults (i.e., those 16 or older) who are vaccinated against COVID-19 by a two-dose mRNA
vaccine (such as Moderna and Pfizer), or a single dose vaccine (such as Johnson & Johnson),
are considered “fully vaccinated” two weeks after the final dose of vaccine (the second dose
for a two-dose regimen, or the single dose for a single-dose regimen).
Children between the ages of 2 and 15 who can provide proof of having tested negative for
COVID-19 within 72 hours of admission, are also allowed in the vaccinated section. Children
under the age of 2 do not need to provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test in order to be
admitted to the vaccinated section when accompanied by a vaccinated adult.
2. One or more persons is designated by the organization to serve as a vaccination verifier. The
verifier is responsible for checking ever person’s vaccination card or negative COVID-19 test and
monitoring those who enter the vaccinated-only section.
3. Each person in the vaccination-only section has acceptable proof of full vaccin
Face coverings are worn by every individual in the vaccinated-only sections, except while actively
eating and/or drinking in the vaccinated-only section.
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