The plastic dividers that divided lawmakers in the Virginia Senate in the name of preventing COVID-19 are falling.
RICHMAND, Virginia (AP) – Plastic dividers who divided lawmakers in the Virginia Senate to prevent COVID-19 are falling.
Senate Clerk Susan Clark Shaar and other members of the Senate staff worked to remove high shiny barriers from the hall after Monday’s session.
Disassembled and removed plastic panels that separated the tables of deputies.
The move came after Republican Senator Shiabhan Danavant argued that barriers were ineffective and hindered communication.
Other Republicans have complained that these are cells.
The move also came as the number of coronavirus pandemics, hospitalizations and deaths continued to decline.
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