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Control” Released New Guidance…
As CDC head Dr. Robert Redfield told Congress last week, the CDC has re-released its “updated” guidance on coronavirus transmission via “aerosols” – tiny particles that, research shows, can infect people over long distances given poor ventilation.
Notably, the updated guidance on the CDC’s website is nearly identical to guidance that it published, then almost immediately pulled, last month.
Though the CDC claims COVID-19 is primarily spread through “close contact” – ie within 6 feet – with an infected person, it is “sometimes” spread via “airborne” transmission – but even these types of infections typically happen at close range.
Here’s the bulk of the revised statement, which can be found here.
- COVID-19 can sometimes be spread by airborne transmissionSome infections can be spread by exposure to virus in small droplets and particles that can linger in the air for minutes to hours. These viruses may be able to infect people who are further than 6 feet away from the person who is infected or after that person has left the space.
- This kind of spread is referred to as airborne transmission and is an important way that infections like tuberculosis, measles, and chicken pox are spread.
- There is evidence that under certain conditions, people with COVID-19 seem to have infected others who were more than 6 feet away.
- These transmissions occurred within enclosed spaces that had inadequate ventilation. Sometimes the infected person was breathing heavily, for example while singing or exercising.
- Under these circumstances, scientists believe that the amount of infectious smaller droplet and particles produced by the people with COVID-19 became concentrated enough to spread the virus to other people. The people who were infected were in the same space during the same time or shortly after the person with COVID-19 had left.
- Available data indicate that it is much more common for the virus that causes COVID-19 to spread through close contact with a person who has COVID-19 than through airborne transmission.
The CDC added that it was “much more common” for the virus to spread via close contact rather than airborne transmission.
With nearly 30 White House staffers laid up with coronavirus, and President Trump sick himself over at Walter Reed, some suspected that the CDC was pushing through a change in defiance of the White House’s wishes.
BREAKING: Last month CDC website said airborne transmission was “possible,” then removed the reference.
https://washingtonpost.com/nation/2020/09/21/cdc-covid-aerosols-airborne-guidelines/… Now it says people can sometimes be infected with the coronavirus through airborne transmission.
But readers may recall that it was the WHO, not the administration, which successfully pressured the CDC to retract the prior guidance on aerosols and sub in some more measured language.
Hundreds of scientists from around the world have been pressing WHO to change its guidance on aerosol transmission amid a growing body of research suggesting that aerosols might be a much more common “vector” for infection than previously believed. The WHO, for whatever reason, has refused to change its guidance, and continues to insist that while aerosol infection is one vector, evidence for spread over long distances is scarce, and it’s more likely that these tiny particles can only infect individuals who are within six feet of an infected person, unless ventilation is poor, and/or the individuals are indoors in an environment where heavy breathing, shouting or singing – like a gym or a concert hall – is taking place.
One study even suggested that aerosols could infect people at a range of up to 30 feet.
The new guidance also claims that the likelihood of infection drops sharply once the infected person leaves the area.
The update triggered an outpouring of criticism about the agency’s many flip-flops (of which this is the latest).
Some mockingly lambasted the agency as “the centers for damage control” when it released new guidance saying those without symptoms who may have been exposed to the virus didn’t need to get tested – before retracting it later.
After initially withdrawing the guidance last month, the CDC claimed that it had “accidentally” posted a “draft” of the update, while the final version weakens the language surrounding the prevalence of airborne transmission.
The Plandemic Has Been Designed to Make Society Suffer. They Know If They Crush Society, They Will Be Able to Implement the New World Order. The Alternative Would Be FEMA Food Lines, Satan Soldiers, and Billionaire Financier George Soros in Full Stride.
CDC Tells Americans the Demonic Pagan Ritual Trick-Or-Treat Is Acceptable but Thanksgiving Dinner Is Out…
This is intended as a direct assault on Christianity and other people of faith. That expanded definition of public accommodation will almost certainly include Christian places of worship and Christian institutions. That’s the desired target.
After its credibility took a major beating following its latest confusing shift in its guidance, the CDC has released guidelines for the holiday season that many Americans will likely find a little too cumbersome to manage.
The guidelines urge Americans to limit dinners to immediate family only; celebrations with larger groups of relatives – if they must be held – should be held outside. For most of the country east of the Mississippi, that might be difficult in the bitter December cold.
The agency also cautioned that virtual gatherings are ‘risk free’.
Anybody hosting a celebratory gathering should take local restrictions into account.
Hell on Earth, It’s Going to Get Real and Nowhere to Hide…
The same governments that barred you from your sister’s funeral, locked you out of Sunday service… have blessed the mightiest mass gatherings we have ever encountered, (BLM, Antifa) Full Throttle Tribulations in Play
On or about December 25, 2019 MR. Trump and Benjamin Netanyahu had agreed that the proposed peace agreement would be acceptable, By January 1, 2020 the world was made aware of the peace plan. Netanyahu announced to the world February 1, 2020 that Pres. Trump’s peace plan would be accepted. Tribulations began January 1, 2020 as per the oral agreement between Trump and Netanyahu, of course there are those that will disagree, “Tribulation” will be the most ungodly time in human history so I would expect some pushback from soft Christians. SRH
God has sent them ( The Un-godly ) a powerful delusion so that they will believe the lie and so that all will be condemned who have not believed the truth but have delighted in wickedness” (2 Thessalonians 2:10-12). Simply put, God sends a strong delusion to those who chose not to believe the gospel of Christ. Those who take delight in mocking and rejecting Him, He will condemn.
One of the more bizarre recommendations is for families that absolutely must host Thanksgiving or Christmas (or Hannukah etc) dinners: they should have participants bring their own food, to minimize the sharing of communal food.
Large celebrations for Dia de los Muertos should be avoided, as well as parade.
Black Friday sales might not be a great strategy for retailers who are struggling to make it through the pandemic. Instead, the CDC recommends alternatives such as virtual Halloween costume contests, or holding a small dinner for household members – as well as shopping online.
Kids – along with many adults – will be happy to learn that Halloween trick or treating can continue almost as normal, since most of the activity takes place outside, and kids can wear masks with their costumes, Bloomberg reports.
The National Confectioners Association, a trade group that represents candy-makers, said in a statement that the new CDC guidance “reinforces that Halloween is happening and provides inspiration for creative and safe approaches to celebrating the holiday.”
The organization also provided a statement from Stephen Ostroff, a former CDC and Food and Drug Administration official who has been working with the industry group “to help Americans take the guesswork out of Halloween.”
“Halloween is traditionally an outdoor holiday and the one time of the year when kids want to wear a mask,” Ostroff said. “This is fully consistent with the CDC safety guidelines, and with the appropriate physical distancing, trick-or-treating can safely happen.”
Let’s hope the agency doesn’t retract and reverse the Halloween-related guidance tomorrow, like it did with its latest update to its guidelines.
As the holiday guidelines are released, it’s clear that saving face has become a top priority for the CDC and FDA. The Washington Post reported Tuesday afternoon that the FDA is planning to announce tough new restrictions for emergency vaccine approval as Bill Gates and an army of critics slam the CDC and FDA.
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