NJ governor’s strict coronavirus rules are not ‘surgical’, exacerbating difficult times: MP Van Drew


New Coronavir virus restrictions by New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy are not the “surgical” restrictions he promised, Jeff Van Drew, RN.J.

The Democratic governor has announced a temporary nationwide suspension of indoor high school and youth sports and a new restriction on outdoor gatherings.

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“People are so frustrated and tired,” the former Democratic Democrat told America’s Newsroom.

“Our people in New Jersey and the Americans are doing their best, and when elected officials call them knuckles, or humiliate or reduce them in some way, I find that really confusing,” co-organizer Sandra Smith said.

“It was a very difficult time for people when they don’t see their family so much and where children and adults alike are going through extreme psychic and even psychiatric and medical problems because of the closures,” Van Drew said.

He pointed out how the north and south of the state are treated the same despite the huge differences.

Murphy told Fox News Sunday that the shutdown is still “on the table,” despite the WHO warning of such drastic measures.

“You shouldn’t even say that to scare people,” Van Drew said.

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Van Drew said he was looking forward to being vaccinated against the coronavirus, as promised by President Trump, and said the House should approve the COVID-19 aid bill.

“The cure, as you’ve heard over and over again, can’t be worse than the disease,” Van Drew concluded.