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” O amor é uma resposta pronta que existe dentro de nós. Os gestos da outra pessoa é o complemento do que damos e recebemos. O amor é um gesto voluntário daquilo que é sentido, sobretudo, expresso através de palavras. E como sentimento, ele é forte e vivo em si mesmo “.
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Legislators in all 50 states have proposed bills that would limit some of the power given to public health officials at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
At least 26 states have passed laws that weaken the government’s public health authority, according to an analysis by Kaiser Health News.
The report said at least 17 states have banned coronavirus vaccine mandates or created loopholes, and nine states have prohibited or limited mask mandates.
At least three states have used an executive order, ballot initiative or state Supreme court ruling to limit the power of public health officials, the report said.
In just three weeks, six unvaccinated members of a Florida family died after contracting COVID-19.
After attending the funeral for 48-year-old family member Tyrone Moreland, 89-year-old grandmother Lillie Mae Dukes Moreland was hospitalized with the virus and died just 24 hours later, according to The Palm Beach Post.
Three more cousins died shortly after their grandmother, and the family’s most recent loss was 44-year-old Trentarian Moreland, who died on Sunday.
Surviving family member Lisa Wilson said she believes she can trace at least two of the family’s deaths to a food pantry where her relatives had worked, but she is unsure where the others contracted the virus, the Post reported.
Wilson had spent weeks going door to door in Belle Glade, Fla., encouraging people to get vaccinated. She had unsuccessfully attempted to persuade her family members to get vaccinated prior to their deaths.
“I was in their ears almost every day. ‘You’ve just got to do this,’” Wilson said to the Post. “I’m beating myself up. Should I have pushed harder?”
All staffed ICU beds are full, Griffin said. The average age of hospitalization, including critical care, has dropped into the 50s, Griffin said, and 90 percent of the people hospitalized with COVID-19 are unvaccinated.
Griffin also bemoaned the region’s low vaccination rate and said the state’s hands-off approach of pleading with people to get vaccinated isn’t working.
“We still have a firm number of people that are entrenched, that don’t want to receive the vaccine,” Griffin said.