Although the governor has completely opened up the economy, the state is back to normal and even the use of masks is no longer mandatory, the level of CCP Virus infections remains within previous values and there have been no significant spikes to turn back, Breitbart reported.

On Sept. 25, Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis lifted the restrictions initially imposed on fighting the CCP virus, and although there was never a state directive to make the use of masks mandatory, the governor decriminalized all penalties related to the use of masks.

Just as an act of executive grace, all outstanding fines and penalties that have been applied against individuals are suspended,” DeSantis announced. “I think we need to get away from trying to penalize people for not social distancing and work with people constructively.”

All restaurants and businesses can now operate at full capacity and in the usual way, and DeSantis wants local authorities who want to impose restrictions on them to justify the measures.

Florida Department of Health data shows that the positive infection rate remains relatively stable, at 4.57 percent as of last Wednesday and even reaching a low of 3.73 percent earlier this week.

With regard to the number of new cases, while 810 new cases were reported on Sept. 27, almost 3,300 new cases were recorded on Wednesday, Oct. 7, meaning that the fluctuation has varied considerably during these weeks but does not seem to be related to the governor’s new measures.

Another encouraging aspect for Floridians is that hospital capacity has also improved significantly, reaching nearly 23.5% availability across the state last week, according to data from the State Agency for Health Care Administration. In some counties like Miami-Dade, where the CCP Virus hit the hardest, availability is almost 27%.

While New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo and City Mayor de Blasio are generating controversy by applying draconian restrictions and measures against the will of their constituents, DeSantis promised a more libertarian approach.

“We will never do any of these lockdowns again, and I hear people say they’ll shut down the country, and honestly I cringe,” DeSantis said during the briefing in Central Florida last month.

The use of masks and prevention measures in general have been criticized for their ineffectiveness and are certainly tainted with hypocrisy when advocates of these measures only seek to apply them on others but not for themselves.

For example, as noted by Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.), who recently had a heated argument with Dr. Fauci for mentioning mass immunity during a hearing, lockdown measures did nothing to stop or slow the contagion curve. 

Paul used the example of New York, the state most heavily hit by the CCP Virus.

“We’ve seen surges in coronaviruses in the midst of lockdown. New York had a lockdown and had 30,000 people die. New York had the worst death rate of any place in the world amid a lockdown so perhaps a lockdown didn’t do any good and perhaps a lockdown killed our economy, but didn’t do anything to stem the tide of the virus,” Paul said during an interview.

There are no certainties when it comes to a pandemic that recent humanity has never faced before. But the most important point is that there are other theories, other approaches that have also been effective despite the fact that the mainstream media, “following official guidelines” have effectively censored and banned discussion in the public arena. 

Concepts such as immunity herd and the use of hydroxychloroquine, are censored on social media and mainstream media such as CNN, MSNBC, NBC and others constantly attack these topics with a force that questions their true intent.