For example, consider these two reports from the Miami Herald:
DeSantis is so over Florida's COVID pandemic. He shouldn't be. Here's why | Editorial
(The above editorial has either been taken down or the Miami Herald URL system has developed a bug. The editorial is reproduced at the end of this column.)
Rapid rise in COVID patients leads Florida hospitals to limit visitors, prepare for worst
Think about this. It could just be politics with Democrat presstitutes denigrating a Republican governor. But that possibility aside, the latest Covid hype is designed to ramp up vaccinations or reinstate closedowns as a way of forcing vaccination.
Florida, like every state, has a significant percentage of its population vaccinated, enough according to some estimates of the ever-changing percentage of the population vaccinated to reach "herd immunity." So why the sudden reported outbreak?
The outbreak is attributed to a new, more contagious variant. Yet the director of the CDC has given assurance that "if you are fully vaccinated you are protected against severe COVID, hospitalization and death, and are even protected against the known variants, including the delta variant, circulating in this country." Either the CDC is mistaken or there is some other explanation for the reported outbreak.