Famous People Taken to Twitter To criticize Newly revised guidelines Unveiled California Gov. Gavin Newsom And the state’s Public Health Ministry earlier this month, which banned indoor gatherings in order to rein in defaulters. Corona Virus.
The guidelines were announced before Thanksgiving Holiday, define gatherings as “social situations that bring together members of different families at the same time in one place or place.”
The host of any private gathering is required to limit attendance to no more than three families and for a period not to exceed two hours. Hosts should ensure guests are only gathered outdoors and encourage physical distancing, frequent hand washing or disinfection, and the use of masks or face coverings.
Additionally, singing, chanting, and shouting are strongly discouraged and should be avoided.
in a October 17 tweet, the actor Rob Schneider Jokingly, “Dear EmperorEmbed a TweetDuring the three-family limit this Thanksgiving, if my aunt comes, can I throw a turkey steak out the window? We promise not to sing … we’ll all whisper. “Please remember DIPS — Gavin Newson!”
Actor Adam Baldwin, “Full Metal Jacket” was equally upset with the restrictions, calling them “ridiculously unenforceable” in a tweet that has since been removed, while former game show host Chuck Woolery said Newsom had gone “crazy” with a release. Command.
Country singer Cody Wolf also removed a tweet criticizing the arrangement in which he quipped, “Hey GavinNewsom as a new California resident. I live in an apartment. So I can’t have Thanksgiving outside, but it’s okay I’m coming over to your place to spread some holiday cheer at the dining room table Your “.
Wolf added: “As a legal right in the US Constitution, I do not wear a mask as I consider it illegal and unconstitutional.” “You should be accused of treason.”
Some celebrities, like personal actor Nick Searcy, have said that they will completely ignore the rules.
Actress Justin Bateman said, “Gavin Newsom, Lovell. Nobody is listening to you anymore. You lost your mind.”
Comedian Adam Carolla asked, “How many sheep are in line with Newsome’s Thanksgiving protocols?”
Meanwhile, actor James Woods used the governor’s order as an opportunity to summon the state’s recent civil unrest that drew larger crowds.
“Just put up some banners to protest Trump,” Woods said. “Then invite as many people as you want, and you won’t have any problems.”
The retraction of the guidelines comes as the number of coronavirus cases in California has exceeded 912,000 and the number of virus-related deaths has reached more than 17,000, according to Latest update from the state.