Modifying the new Covid-19 Regulations for 2020 Indiana County 4-H fairs.

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Purdue University 4H Extension has set forth a set of REQUIRED guidelines in order for County Fairs to have exhibitions this year in Stage 5 of the governors plan. These include the requirement of face masks, show & go style livestock shows, among other things. These requirements should not be made on a state wide basis! These should be made on a county by county basis. Smaller counties already struggle with enrollment numbers and getting people to the fairgrounds. Most counties have open air show arena's.  In these situations face masks, in particular,  should be made OPTIONAL.  If counties can space family pens 6 feet apart, livestock should be allowed to be housed throughout the fair week. The use of these guidelines should be left to parents and spectators personal choice. Advise seeking physician advice prior to fair for personal recommendations.  And still have the option for those who wish to follow to those guidelines set forth. BUT for those who choose not to, do not strip their basic human rights away by forcing them to do so. STOP FORCING EVERYONE TO FOLLOW GUIDELINES THAT DO NOT ALIGN WITH PERSONAL BELIEFS. The medical repercussions of wearing a mask, outdoors, in mid July could be far worse than actual exposure.  As humans we can only make suggestions on what others should do for their health and safety, setting forth requirements that aren't even back by solid scientific research at this point in time, is a violation of basic human rights and unconstitutional.  Tell Purdue that you want your county 4h fair and you want it your way, based on your county, not lumped in with the state as a whole.

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