Can state governors be held liable in wrongful death suits where the deaths are proven to be a direct result of violating all known medical advice and scientific assessment?
I remember that anti-science does have the legal precedent of parents praying for their child instead of seeking medical treatment. https://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2016/08/12/most-states-allow-religious-exemptions-from-child-abuse-and-neglect-laws/
Currently, 19 states and territories have no religious exemptions to civil child abuse and neglect statutes.
What about criminal negligence for not even bothering to assess the risk by doing stratified random testing of 1500 people in the five largest cities of a state?