Death walks the beaches of Florida: An activist in a black cloak with a scythe requires everyone to wear masks
Too soon reopening of the beaches and other public places in Florida led to the appearance of a man posing as the Grim Reaper to persuade local officials to demand social distance and face masks.
Later it turned out that Florida attorney Daniel Uhlfelder was hiding under a black hood and this unusual protest was directed to the governor of Gov. Ron DeSantis. According to Reaper, "there's been a lack of leadership" in the state.
Uhlfelder is convinced that his image will make people cautious about their health and for a while refuse to visit the beaches.
Florida man speaks with The Grim Reaper on the beach down south.— Rex Chapman???????? (@RexChapman) July 4, 2020
He tells Reaper that Joe and Hunter Biden went to China and brought the coronavirus back with them to the United States.
Can’t recall where he heard it. We may be doomed...pic.twitter.com/Wf1Tgfdw6a
"Unfortunately, when I started this work in March, I had a bad belief that this was going to get really bad. Unfortunately, my predictions have exceeded what I thought," Uhlfelder, this time dressed in a light blue shirt and pink tie, told CNN on Monday.
DeSantis today does not see a problem in the increase in the number of new cases. According to the governor, local outbreaks of the virus occur due to an increase in tests, which leads the public to conclude that if the test is not carried out, then there is no pandemic either.
"Some counties have experienced significant cases of COVID-19 and others relatively few, which is why the input from municipal leaders is important to determine the best course of action for a particular community. A mask mandate may make sense in Miami-Dade County, but not in Florida's more than 20 rural counties, some with fewer than 50 COVID-positive cases," Cody McCloud, press secretary to Gov. DeSantis told CNN.