Today we're confronted with pandemic news that should help create more confusion and distrust of public health orders.
Whilst some might applaud a bold move against controversial policy, more skeptical denizens of the discourse suggest that, yet again, we're seeing that law enforcement doesn't have to play by the same rules as everyone else.
Here's the sitch . . .
"Johnson County Sheriff Calvin Hayden says he won't require his employees to get tested or vaccinated, saying he prefers to leave such choices up to individuals."
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com news link . . . And yes, we understand that there's no such thing as "COVID law" . . . Yet.
The Johnson County Sheriff's Office will not follow the Johnson County Manager's Office in adopting a new policy requiring county employees to submit to weekly COVID-19 tests if they cannot show proof of vaccination. Sheriff Calvin Hayden decided to leave decisions on masks and vaccinations up to his 700 employees, based, he says, on the department's record over the past year-and-a-half of keeping outbreaks low.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Johnson County Sheriff's Office will not require employees to show proof that they've been vaccinated or undergo weekly testing. Last week, Johnson County announced it would require most employees who aren't vaccinated to undergo weekly testing.