Attendees Of St. Louis Meeting Where Mask Mandate Was Overturned Told To Quarantine Over Something

CNN reports:

A person who attended a St. Louis County Council meeting last week where officials voted to overturn a mask mandate has tested positive for Covid-19, officials said Saturday.

“Out of an abundance of caution it is recommended that anyone who attended the council meeting quarantine for the next nine days and monitor their symptoms,” the St. Louis health department said Saturday in a news release.

The city and county of St. Louis announced a mask mandate last week that required people five and older to wear masks in indoor public spaces and on public transportation following a spike in cases of Covid-19.

Read the full article. As I reported on Thursday, attendees of the meeting hurled racist abuse at the St. Louis County health director after being egged on by a cultist member of the county council.