Wake County Register of Deeds Pushes Coronavirus Tests to High Risk Groups, Like Those with Symptoms….and ‘Historically Marginalized Populations’

RALEIGH – So, you want to be tested for the coronavirus. You may have symptoms yourself; you realized you had close contact with someone who tested positive; your old enough to be at higher risk; or, perhaps you are a healthcare worker that’s had high exposure.

Getting tested would make sense for such people, but on the form pushed by the Wake County Register of Deeds to direct people to access testing there are a couple other categories that make us wonder.

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Did you catch the one that sticks out like a sore thumb? Apparently Wake County wants people to get tested if they have underlying health conditions, have been exposed to people with the virus, or….are part of an ‘Historically Marginalized Population.’

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Does being a woman count? Or is it just minorities that the Woke assume to be marginalized to such a degree that they are more vulnerable to a virus?

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