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Should schools in areas of high coronavirus transmission go virtual?

Should schools in areas of high coronavirus transmission go virtual?

Yes

2

No

5

Yes

Should schools in areas of high coronavirus transmission go virtual?
2 Comments
Kelly Shields
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Kelly Shields

It's too rapid and the kids are bringing it home from schools and infecting their whole household.

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Sue Evans
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Sue Evans

If they are not going to implement strategies like masking, distancing and quarantine, then yes. Children are getting omicron and for most it's mild but they are bringing home to parents/caregivers/siblings which brings us back to hospitalizations/deaths.

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Lisa Gore
Lisa Gore

None of the measures you mentioned have worked and kids have a 99.98% recovery rate, strong immune systems. Stop degrading our future leaders and Americans with muzzles!! It’s slowing their learning & development!

No

Should schools in areas of high coronavirus transmission go virtual?
5 Comments
Harry D
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Harry D

Science shows healthy school children are not at risk from COVID. They are more likely to be shot and killed on the streets of Columbia than to die from COVID. - Science also shows fabric face masks don't work. The CDC is considering changing to N95. Fauci knew this all along. You been scammed.

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Lisa Gore
Lisa Gore

Not even an N95 can really keep out the tiny micron size of Covid-19, masks delay speech and development in the youngest kids, cause levels of CO2 to elevate(look up side effects) many kids who were having delays in learning are 1-2 yrs behind now. 99.98% recovery in kids. Stop the madness.

Stephen Stewart
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Stephen Stewart

2 + 2 = 5, 3 + 3 = 4. Both were clearly false but not according to the Rules of Logic. Assuming, older ideas are better implies that it is true, we are social creatures by nature and cannot live in isolation. That is my opinion, I could be wrong. People infer, statements imply.

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Max
Max

So far Omicron has only claimed one victim. That was Dec 24,2021 in Houston, by a man with underlying conditions. It's time to quit listening to our failed leadership, and move on with life.

Did your allergies get worse earlier this year?

Did your allergies get worse earlier this year?

Yes

1

No

0

Yes

1 Comment
Fat Guy Outdoors
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Fat Guy Outdoors

Never knew I had allergies until I moved here. Very bad this year.

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No

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Should states enforce immigration laws?

Should states enforce immigration laws?

Yes

7

No

0

Yes

7 Comments
Fat Guy Outdoors
Max DeYoung
Max DeYoung

KMIZ failed to post this Question of the Day on their news cast. Just another failed endeavor by KMIZ.

George Clarke
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George Clarke

The US Border Patrol is underfunded and understaffed.

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Harry D
Harry D

And ordered not to protect the border.

Zaos Gonzolez
Zaos Gonzolez

"Let the bodies hit the floor" - Drowning Pool

Max DeYoung
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Max DeYoung

It's the American thing to do, to protect our country.

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Harry D
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Harry D

As Dep Sherriff can enforce laws in Columbia and CPD in County, all state/local law enforcement should be deputy border patrol agents with authority to arrest illegal immigrants. Fed gov should pay bounty on illegals, say $1,000 each, paid to local LE for each deportee. Enforce the law, FJB won't.

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No

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