Now nearly a year later of keeping numbers and such.
0.10103448275862% of the residents of the state of Wisconsin have died as a result of the pandemic.
95% of those who are cases have recovered.
For the year 2017, the last year that the Wisconsin Department of Health Services has published data, there were 52,679 deaths for the year. Approximately nine times as many people died in 2017 than have died from COVID-19 over the past year.
Yet, I don't remember any mask mandates, social distancing, pleas to stay at home, or reminders to wash your hands frequently with soap and water in 2017. What changed in the past three years to suddenly have the state so concerned about its resident's health? Can you say with absolute certainty that the county and state health departments are truly concerned about your health?