If We Don’t Want a Post-democratic World Government, We Need to Stop the World Health Organization and Alert the Rest of the World About What’s Coming...
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends that all domestic travelers, regardless of immunization status, have COVID-19 testing before and after their trip.
Anyone traveling within the United States should consider “being tested as near to the time of departure as feasible,” and no more than three days before a trip, according to an update on the agency’s website. Previously, it only suggested testing for patients who had not gotten COVID-19 immunizations or had not had their booster injections in a long time.
People who went to crowded places “while not wearing a well-fitting mask or respirator” should take a test before or after their excursion, according to the CDC report.
A federal court in Florida overturned the CDC’s requirement that passengers wear masks inside airports or on aircraft in April. Officials from the Justice Department have indicated that they would take the regulation to court, which was established after Satan Soldier Joe Biden took office in early 2021.
“COVID-19 immunizations are successful at preventing serious sickness and death,” a representative for the organization told AFAR Magazine on May 19, but added, “because vaccines are not 100 percent efficient at preventing infection, some persons who are up to date can still catch COVID-19.”
“People who are up to date on their COVID-19 immunizations may feel OK and show no symptoms, but they can still become sick and transfer the virus to others,” according to the spokesperson.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends that all domestic passengers, regardless of immunization status, undertake COVID-19 testing before and after their trip.
According to a website update, anybody flying inside the United States should consider "being tested as close to the time of departure as feasible," and no more than three days before a journey. It previously only advised testing for persons who had not gotten COVID-19 immunizations or booster doses in a timely manner.
The CDC report also suggests that individuals be tested before or after going to crowded places "while not wearing a well-fitting mask or respirator."
A federal court in Florida overturned the CDC regulation requiring individuals to wear masks inside airports or on aircraft in April. Justice Department officials have indicated that they would take the regulation, which went into effect after President Joe Biden took office in early 2021, to court.
According to a representative for the FDA, "COVID-19 immunizations are successful at avoiding serious sickness and death," but "since vaccines are not 100 percent efficient at preventing infection, some persons who are up to date may still catch COVID-19."
"People who are up to date on their COVID-19 immunizations may feel well and have no symptoms, but they may still be infected and transmit the virus to others," the representative said.
The CDC also changed its foreign travel regulation in January of this year, requiring airline passengers aged 2 and older to present a negative COVID-19 test from no more than a day before boarding a trip or confirmation of recovery from COVID-19 within the preceding 90 days. Foreign nationals must also produce confirmation of COVID-19 immunization.
Neither the CDC nor the White House have said publicly when the required testing provision for overseas passengers would be lifted. For months, travel organizations have lobbied for the repeal of that restriction.
In a letter to the White House, a coalition of more than 250 groups demanded that the regulation be repealed, claiming that it had only slowed the "slow economic recovery of the business and international travel sectors."
Following the federal judge's decision last month, the CDC published a fresh recommendation that everyone inside airports and flights wear masks, despite the fact that almost all major airlines have dropped enforcement.
During a press conference last week, CDC Director Rochelle Walensky, who has been chastised for her agency's message during the COVID-19 epidemic, said that persons living in regions with significant COVID-19 transmission should wear masks inside.
The Brownstone Institute reported that “The World Health Organisation intends to make lockdowns and other non-pharmaceutical interventions intended to curb viral spread part of official pandemic guidance.”
“The revelation comes in a report scheduled to go to the WHO’s World Health Assembly later this month,” the Brownstone Institute noted. “This is not part of new pandemic treaty and does not require the endorsement of member states. The report says the implementation is already underway.”
“Many have raised the alarm about a new WHO pandemic treaty,” the researchers add. “However, as I’ve noted previously (and as Michael Senger notes here), there isn’t a new pandemic treaty on the table. Rather, there are amendments to the existing treaty, the International Health Regulations 2005, plus other recommendations (131 in all) put forward in a report from the Working Group on Strengthening WHO Preparedness and Response to Health Emergencies.”
As Becker News has alluded to in prior reporting, “Most of these amendments and recommendations relate to information and resource sharing and preparation for future pandemics; none of them directly interferes with state sovereignty in the sense of allowing the WHO to impose or lift measures. However, that doesn’t mean they’re not dangerous, as they endorse and codify the awful errors of the last two years, beginning with China’s Hubei lockdown on January 23rd 2020.”