In Florida, hundreds of doctors have signed a petition against the Republican National Convention in Jacksonville. Doctors in northeast Florida have signed an open letter calling for the convention to be postponed or scaled back, and calling on Jacksonville to ban the wearing of masks and social media during and immediately after the convention. They also demand that the city prescribe that the masked person or social distance be observed immediately before and during the meetings. The number of doctors who signed open letters to the Jacksonville mayor and city council calling for a ban on masks has doubled since News4Jax.
A survey of more than 1,000 physicians in Jacksonville by the American College of Physicians found that "more than half" (58%) of respondents were opposed to the city where the conference was held, and 71% were in favor of banning masks during and immediately after the event.
The good news is that both the Florida Surgeon General and the CDC have guidelines to reduce the spread of the virus, such as maintaining a social distance of less than 5 feet, wearing face masks outdoors, and strictly adhering to social distance. But doctors warn that holding the RNC without restrictions could have serious consequences for the health and well-being of people in Jacksonville and the rest of Florida.
Dr. Bassin encourages patients to talk to former patients to provide them with maximum comfort during the decision-making process. Patients who are worried about what the experience will be like for them and their families should give their phone number and contact them as soon as possible. The mayor's chief of staff, Jordan Elsbury, said: "The incident is 60 days away and we will continue to consult with Jacksonville police, the Florida Department of Health and the City of Jacksonville. A private consultation has been set up to discuss hair restorations by making an appointment online or by calling our Florida office at 904 - 996 - 0030. For more information about the RNC and other events in Jacksonville and Florida, click here.
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