A county health officer who is frustrating with the “politicization of public health” during the COVID-19 pandemic is quitting her job in a Midwest state. This is very true and affects every aspect of life period as well as the workplace. Nothing is sacred anymore and everything is tainting and touched by the COVID-19 pandemic. There is no escaping it now other than to resist and not take part in the “agenda.” Brave are those people that stand up and do not take it anymore. They are the warriors in this fight against this awful tyranny against freedom of choice.
County Official is Courtney Davis
The interim health officer in the local county in Detroit, Michigan is Courtney Davis since July. That is when she was promoting to deputy. Moreover, the Communications manager Gillian Conrad is also, in fact, resigning. Plus she said at that time that it was “appalling” that money was tying to mask policies.
Courtney Davis has Mixed Feelings about her Work
For nearly five years, Davis did say it has been an honor to work for the department.
But given the politicization of public health during the COVID-19 pandemic, Davis said, she can no longer effectively do her job. Plus serve the community with its health and safety which is always at the forefront,” she said.
“However, with the politicization of public health during the pandemic, I can no longer effectively do my job and serve the community with its health and safety always at the forefront,” she said. November 3rd is Davis’ last day.
Conrad said, is stepping down, the pandemic had taken a “significant toll” on her mental and physical health.
There has only been one applicant for the job of permanent health officer, County Administrator Brian Dissette said. In fact, it was a role that David did serve on an interim basis.