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Joshua Fechter 📝
BREAKING: San Antonio Metro Health Director Dawn Emerick has resigned as the city sees a huge spike in cases and hospitalizations Emerick came on in February
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Valerie Romo Jun 26
Replying to @JFreports
Wow 😳
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scmom2jrjr 😎🌊🌊🌊🇺🇸 Jun 26
Replying to @JFreports @TheStalwart
Overwhelmed...panicked. I totally get her
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Tal from Edison County, MI Jun 26
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Spandexgivesmethecreeps Jun 26
When you have city officials who won’t listen to you; what do you do? Epidemiologists know that you have to go for isolation.
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Michael Montaño Jun 26
Replying to @JFreports
Wait, but why?
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Luke Rosenberger Jun 26
Replying to @montanotx @JFreports
This tweet appeared Wednesday morning on what I believe is her Twitter feed:
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dredre Jun 26
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stop testing ............. problem solved right?
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Fascism flattened, but never the webrant🕺------🕺 Jun 26
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Soon there will be left only Republican operatives concealing health data and lying to you.
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Andrew Jun 26
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boah serpentes Jun 26
Replying to @JFreports @TheStalwart
Obviously correlation is causation.
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Michael Jun 26
Replying to @hildebrainiac
Do you think Joshua believes the health director leaving is the cause of increased cases and hospitalizations? I'm quite certain he's just pointing out the bad timing since cases and hospitalizations are rising, rather than implying causation.
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