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Danielle Allen calls for ‘exit ramp' for coronavirus mask, vaccine mandates

4 monthes ago   |   By Boston Herald

Gubernatorial candidate Danielle Allen says it's time to start looking for the “exit ramp” for mask and vaccine mandates in cities like Boston.
“In surges we do need mask mandates. We don't need mask mandates permanently,” Allen said during a Sunday appearance on WBZ's “Keller Large. “The truth is, our surge is coming down in Massachusetts. It's time for us to start working on how we have an off-ramp, an exit ramp for the use of masks.”
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