Twin Cities Vaccine Mandate
Kendall Qualls denounces steps progressive mayors take to exert their power over businesses and Twin City restaurant and bar patrons. His statement came after St. Paul and Minneapolis mayors announced in a joint press conference that the Twin Cities would adopt vaccine passports or a negative Covid test within 72 hours in order for customers to be served at locations that serve food and drinks.
Qualls issued this statement on his facebook page Thursday morning saying, “Our businesses and economy have suffered enough from the shutdowns- government overreach of this magnitude has NO place in Minnesota! Leaders demanding 5 year olds show proof of vaccination or a negative test is absolute INSANITY, and not the country that we know and love. When I’m elected governor, my promise to communities will be an immediate end to government mandates and overreach.”
A businessman by trade, Qualls understands the ramifications that such burdensome regulations place on employers and their employees. The republican candidate for governor believes personal responsibility and trusting Minnesotans to make the best personal choice for themselves is a critical aspect that is missing from the current administration’s leadership and policies.