An ongoing surge in coronavirus cases has prompted several U.S. governors to bring back draconian lockdown rules and tighten other restrictions, severely limiting where people can go, how they can worship, and whom they can see, all ahead of Thanksgiving and other holidays.
Dr. Mark Horne, president of the Mississippi State Medical Association, declared in a dreadful message, the Associated Press (AP) reported Monday:
We don’t really want to see mama at Thanksgiving and bury her by Christmas. It’s going to happen. You’re going to say ‘Hi’ at Thanksgiving, ‘It was so great to see you,’ and you’re going to either be visiting by FaceTime in the ICU or planning a small funeral before Christmas.
Several Democrat-majority governors and mayors are reinstituting severe