Water park manager fired over coronavirus email
The general manager of Wisconsin's Noah's Ark, the largest water park in the United States, has been fired after sending an email to local health officials referring to COVID-19 as the "phantom China virus" and masks as the "mark of the beast."
the's general manager of Noah's Arks Water Park, is out of a job after a letter he sent out Monday morning sparked outrage, Mark Whitfield wrote an email on Noah's Arks letterhead to assault county supervisor, saying he wanted to weigh in on the proposed unconstitutional mandatory face coverings, comparing it to mandating women wearing hijab. The letter went on to Call Cove in 19 The Phantom China Virus and accused the Sauk county health director of being Ah Certified Liar and that the health director didn't know what the businesses and the Dells were doing to prevent the China virus. Palace Entertainment, which owns Noah's Ark, says that's not how the company feels. Health director Tim Law author says he was surprised by the letter because Noah's Ark has worked with the Health department through the pandemic in the first week of July. Over there three days reviewing why are there? And they did well on those reviews, Moth er says. Despite Whitfield's quoting low death rates and saw county and other nearby counties, Cove, in 19 cases are on the rise. I can assure you that the 259 people who have been diagnosed with the virus in this county. Find it very, very riel. 73 people who have active Corona virus as we speak right now in Salt County, consider this very rial on our data come from the test results that we get.