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In a city outside Atlanta, conspiracies are all the rage—and parents did not let the massive coronavirus surge stop a special day for teens.
Already under fire for an outbreak connected to its flagship location in California, Bethel’s latest event came to a community that can’t catch a pandemic break.
A vaccine is closer than ever, so naturally conspiracy theorists and pseudoscientists decided to meet up for possible superspreader fun.
“Alcohol will be served, but we’re expecting them to wear their masks. Are you serious? Do you know college students? Do you see how they behave at football games?”
“I think it’s incredibly irresponsible for the hotel to be hosting these weddings. I also can’t afford to quit.”
A massive, unmasked homecoming party at a steakhouse in Missouri included a deliberate campaign to hide from pesky health officials and contact tracers.
The president’s re-election campaign came to Muskegon, and months of being careful got thrown out the window.
Regardless of who came out on top in a presidential race that rarely reached spots like rural Missouri, coronavirus was set to keep raging.
Spokane, Washington, has been rocked by protests, counter-protests, and confusion over the fate of their very own version of Dr. Anthony Fauci.