The fun police in Dayton, Ohio have come for the birthday car parades that kids, and people of all ages, have been enjoying during coronavirus and Montgomery County health commissioner Jeff Cooper wants those parades to stop right now. These people participating are violating the Ohio stay-at-home order, according to Jeff. Imagine being Jeff and sitting there justifying his job by going after birthday car parades.
Hey Jeff, WHERE ARE THE FUCCING TESTS? Get some tests going so I can visit my parents one of these days. No matter what your birdbrain thinks about birthday car parades it’s not going to stop them so take that birdbrain energy and go find some tests.
STOP THE PARADES: Such events that feature a line of vehicles filing past a child celebrating a birthday, for example, need to remain in line with the governor’s stay-at-home order, which states (among other things) that people should leave home only for essential activities. County Health Commissioner Jeff Cooper said “parades do not meet the intention of the order. They need to be discontinued. It’s not fun to say, but that’s the reality of where we are right now.”
#BREAKING: Parades featuring vehicles only, for birthdays for example, do not fall within the guidelines of the state stay-at-home order and should be discontinued immediately, public health Commissioner Jeff Cooper said. #coronavirus #COVID-19 https://t.co/GGJ2DaZafY pic.twitter.com/CfdWjkZAjK
— WHIO-TV (@whiotv) April 9, 2020