Hillsborough County Code Violations COVID-19

Hillsborough County’s 3-Dozen Code Enforcement Officers to Start Visiting Businesses Today

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, Fla. — As the number of COVID-19 coronavirus cases continues to climb, Hillsborough County is increasing its efforts to work with local businesses to help them comply with the County’s face coverings ordinance.

Hillsborough County Code Enforcement has been responding to individual complaints about businesses and will continue to do so. In addition, beginning today all of the department’s approximately three dozen code enforcement officers will begin visiting businesses each weekday to educate owners and management about their responsibilities under the face coverings ordinance and ways they can keep employees and patrons safe.

Code Enforcement officers will observe compliance, provide educational materials in English and Spanish, and post signage or distribute masks if needed. The pro-active measures are designed to help stop community transmission of COVID-19 coronavirus by emphasizing the importance of wearing a mask and maintaining social distancing.

The County’s ordinance requires the following of local business owners:

  • Post signage on all public entrances indicating face coverings must be worn inside unless an exemption if applicable.
  • Require all employees to wear a face-covering unless an exemption is applicable.
  • Ask patrons not wearing face coverings to do so.
  • Make regular reminder announcements to patrons and employees that face coverings must be worn (if the business is equipped with a public announcement system)
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2 Replies to “Hillsborough County’s 3-Dozen Code Enforcement Officers to Start Visiting Businesses Today”

  1. Petty tyrants with their enforcers and their myriad of unpaid snitches to dictate the property of others. Stalin would be very proud.

  2. Most of you have heard about “Spin Doctors” using words to manipulate reality. Like Weather became Global Cooling which became “Climate Change.” Now we have “case” numbers.

    In this situation, anyone dying from ANY reason and have tested “positive” for the mythical CV-19 are said to have died FROM not WITH CV-19. And now, the CDC, to justify their “case” numbers, has created a new mortality category: PIC grouping Pneumonia, Influenza and Covid together and reports them all as Covid deaths. Which logically means there will never be an end to the so-called “pandemic” since respiratory problems are seasonal, you know: Flu season.

    FACTS: The MAJORITY of humans have detectable, common, coronavirus’ in their cells (not #19) but “A” coronavirus.

    CDC’s July 13, 2020 document On page 39, in a section titled – “Performance Characteristics,” we find this:

    “Since no quantified virus isolates of the 2019-nCoV are currently available…”

    [Means they’ve NEVER isolated a “CV-19” sample. The CDC, WHO, and their UK equal’s March statement was the event was being lowered to a SEASONAL FLU.]

    The RT-PCR tests cell samples seeking genetic sequences (bits of NON-human DNA) ‘perhaps’ matching known viral genomes, not specifically “Covid-19.”

    The small genetic snippets must be amplified/cycles in order to become discernible. Amplification protocol over 30x cycles is viewed unusable, unreliable, and scientifically unjustified, yet the WHO and others, recommend tests set to 45 cycles??

    Those results will indicate the PRESENCE of “some” viral DNA (genetic material) in one’s cells like cookie crumbs and not the amounts to make one ill.

    “Positive” results nationwide have be found in fruit, sterile water, animals, etc. Tests may pick up dead debris or inactive viral particles posing no risk at all to the patient/others or pick up the presence of other coronaviruses. These may simply indicate past common cold recuperation, but unable to ascertain any current illness, or predict future symptoms, or even if one is contagious.

    Before his death, the inventor of the PCR test, Kary Mullis, repeatedly stressed it should not be used as a diagnostic tool because it’s incapable of diagnosing disease.

    Welcome to 2020 reality :-/

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