The CDC, The Cesspool of Disease Crackpots, is at it again. They’re changing their recommendations on the fly.
We’ve already been through the “don’t wear masks” / “wear masks” switcheroo.
We’ve been told that millions would die during the pandemic.
We also know that they skew the numbers and count a lot of non-COVID-19 deaths as COVID-19 deaths.
They are a suspect organization at best.
They’re not really a source of credible information.
We’re supposed to be learning important stuff along the way about the pandemic but we never do.
It’s been about a year already that this virus has been floating around and we don’t know much more than we did in 2019.
Can you get COVID-19 twice? Who knows.
No real experiments are being done on transmission or anything else that’s important.
We’re flying by the seat of our pants – just like the CDC.
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But they have no problem coming up with some new BS about quarantine periods.
They have put in place some new quarantine guidelines, not necessarily because of good health and science conclusions, but because people might comply easier.
During what everyone is calling the worse time of the pandemic so far with increased cases and deaths, the CDC is actually telling people to quarantine for a shorter period of time.
If you have been exposed to the COVID-19 virus but don’t have any symptoms, you only have to quarantine for 10 days instead of 14.
Dr. Henry Walke, the CDC’s COVID-19 Incident Manager told reporters, “Reducing the length of quarantine may encourage more people to do so, especially when they may not be able to work during quarantine time” and that even though they really still recommend 14 days, they want to give everyone two “acceptable alternative quarantine periods.”
Well, alrighty then.
So they’re not so concerned about stopping as many transmissions as they can.
They just want to make things a little easier on some of the folks.
That sounds scientific.