"I think [COVID] is probably the most devastating thing that could've happened to the local economy, if not the world, that we've all seen in many of our lifetimes, and hopefully it's the last thing in our lifetimes," said Johnson.
The first sign of trouble came when Yonatan Golian, an otherwise healthy 12-year-old boy, fell to his living room floor in an epileptic fit. Two years later, after Yonatan had begun treatment for epilepsy, the unthinkable happened; his younger sister, Revital had her first seizure.
"We've spent too much time placing restrictions on people who did their part by getting vaccinated and wearing their masks. We need to both limit the transmission of the virus as well as make it inconvenient for those who are unvaccinated to access indoor venues
"They think it's going to be a fun and safe photo opportunity with parents and kids. Let's show up here and show them it's not," he said. "Let's make them afraid, because it's no longer that we need to be on the defense–we need to
"The Beverly Hills Fire Department will make operational adjustments as needed to ensure the greatest level of protection for the community with vaccinated paramedics assigned to engine companies wearing full personal protective equipment when responding on medical calls," Barton said.
"If you're experiencing a true medical emergency, such as bleeding that won't stop; chest pains or stroke; seizures without pre-existing condition; serious burns or sudden loss or change of visionthen you should go to the emergency department immediately," said Tarradath.