By B.N. Frank
Cuyahoga County starts hotline to report people not wearing masks
CLEVELAND, Ohio — Cuyahoga County’s enforcement of Gov. Mike DeWine’s mask order will largely rely upon complaints filed by the public, rather than proactive policing, County Executive Armond Budish announced Friday.
Individuals who see others failing to abide by the mask requirement should call in complaints to the county’s new hotline at 216-698-5050, or file complaints online at cuyahogacounty.us/maskexperience.
County workers will then contact the subject of the complaints — either individuals or businesses — to let them know a complaint has been filed, Budish said. Complaints also will be forwarded to the Board of Health, and the relevant city or village.
“This is not intended to be going out and finding people not wearing masks. We want people to wear their masks… We want people to do it voluntarily,” Budish said.
If the county receives repeated complaints or cases of “serious non-compliance,” the Sheriff’s Department could investigate or potentially file charges.
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Many American elected officials – including in Ohio – are using the pandemic as an excuse to enforce the tracking and monitoring citizens using 5G technology. Since before the pandemic, China has used 5G for this purpose for what has been described as “automated racism” (see 1, 2).
American opposition to 5G deployment continues to increase (see 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7. 8. 9). Opposition is not isolated to biological and environmental risks. Federal agencies have warned that 5G threatens national security, public safety, and weather forecasting accuracy. The majority of scientists oppose 5G deployment until independent studies prove that it’s safe.
Ay, oh, way to go, Ohio
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