Letters to the Editor — May 11, 2022

Letters to the Editor — May 11, 2022

Photo by Gayle Brauner Editorial toon presents false COVID reality I take issue with the political “cartoon” in your issue of May 4 (Frank Shiers’ cartoon, Sequim Gazette , page A-10). I believe that it is seriously in error. I understand that it depicts a conservative Republican view of our governor, and although I believe that he is doing a great job, I respect the rights of others to disagree. My concern is that it states that the COVID crisis is over. Nothing could be further from the truth. On the same editorial page, Bertha Cooper details the local situation concerning COVID and it is not good. New cases are on the rise and the virus continues to mutate. Any reliable map of COVID cases statewide show Clallam is not doing well to contain the virus. Like everyone else, I am tired of the masking and distancing. I understand why venues are opening and large events are starting to happen. But Facts are facts, and more and more people are getting COVID. For some it’s a mild flu-like sickness, the long COVID” is causing serious problems even for some of those folks. TO state otherwise is simply wrong. Emma Amiad Sequim Be careful what you wish for I have lived in a U.S. Democracy for 88 years; I grew up in a poor family in the Great Depression, but have enjoyed my U.S. Constitutional rights, freedoms, and protections of the Rule of Law. Now it seems, there are U.S. […]

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