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As states and counties start implementing more unconstitutional measures to slow the spread of the coronavirus one county in Montana is going overboard.
Valley County is mandating that residents must wear a pink government issued armband in order to be allowed to purchase items in stores.
The armbands indicate that the individual has been in the area for more than 14 days and has adhered to quarantine protocols.
The Valley County Health Department wants store owners to ask any individual who is not wearing an armband to leave the store.
The measure is being implemented to ensure that people who come from out of town are not spreading the coronavirus to local residents.
The health department has even provided a script to be used when individuals encounter someone without the pink government issued armband.
“You are violating our Governor’s and Valley County’s Health Officer’s orders. I am happy to shop for you with curbside delivery. I will get the items for you and bring them to your car. If you don’t cooperate, you will force me to call law enforcement.”
– Valley County Health Department script
The order doesn’t take into consideration individuals’ constitutional rights. It is just an other example of the government going too far.
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