Tuesday, May 30, 2023

The Passing of Three Mendocino County Residents to COVID-19 Brings Total to 109


The following is a press release issued by Mendocino County Public Health:


Public Notice: Three Mendocino County residents recently passed away with COVID-19. Our thoughts are with all of their family and friends. 

Death #107: 47 year-old woman from the Ukiah area; fully vaccinated. 

Death #108: 68 year-old man from the North County area; unvaccinated.

Death #109: 81 year-old man from the North Coast area; unvaccinated. 

Public Health asks all Mendocino County residents to think about the ways they are protecting themselves and their families from COVID-19. When in doubt, consult with and follow all CDC  and CDPH guidance. Vaccination, masking, and social distancing remain the best tools for combating COVID-19.  

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Fully vaccinated people over age 12 should strongly consider getting a COVID-19 vaccine booster to improve immunity. If you have questions about boosters or vaccines in general,  speak with your doctor, or call Public Health at 707-472-2759. To find the nearest vaccine clinic  in your area, please visit the Public Health website at: http://www.mendocinocounty.org/covid19 

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  1. May their souls, and all the souls of the faithful departed, rest in peace.

    Their anguished families, as well as the County Health Officer, may want to read this just-released Big Data study, the first of its kind:

    “The vaccines significantly increased both Covid death and Covid case rates by more than 85% over what was expected with no treatment.”


    Stop the mandates.
    Stop the shots.
    Stop withholding treatments.

    Time for Nuremberg 2.0.

  2. In Mendo County, about 1700 people have died over the last 2 years from other causes. Covid, especially Omicron is not the problem. Propaganda is.

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