The Centers for Deceit and Control (CDC) waived the white flag on their destructive, anti-science COVID-19 guidelines.
After stealing jobs, destroying livelihoods, and damaging children’s development, the CDC has ‘relaxed’ its COVID rules.
“CDC guidelines have been revised and COVID rules have been relaxed. The new guidance lifts the requirement to quarantine if exposed to the virus, deemphasizes screening people with no symptoms and updates COVID-19 protocols in schools,” NPR tweeted.
The update isn't a huge overhaul of the existing guidance, but it does represent an increasing focus on individuals making their own decisions about their level of risk and how they want to mitigate that risk, said Dr. Marcus Plescia, chief medical officer for the @ASTHO. pic.twitter.com/GDEd1twhzi
— NPR (@NPR) August 11, 2022
Are we supposed to just forget the catastrophic damage caused by the CDC’s corruption that immorally discriminated against unvaccinated individuals?
— Erik N. Weber – Night Falcon (@ErikNWeber_NF) August 12, 2022
WELL WELL WELL @CDCgov I guess the conspiracy theorists were just ahead of the curve as always. Such as in real life I’m sure no one will apologize. I’ll await your further instructions on monkeypox & future pandemics to ignore those as well. https://t.co/SCV2muuX7B
— Leanna (@leannaevolution) August 12, 2022
The CDC’s new COVID-19 guidance focuses on ‘individual decisions.’
How about that?
They emphasize a person’s individual choices that work best for them, as they should have the entire plandemic.
The guidance states:
- Those exposed to the virus are no longer required to quarantine.
- Unvaccinated people now have the same guidance as vaccinated people.
- Students can stay in class after being exposed to the virus.
- It’s no longer recommended to screen those without symptoms.
Students no longer need to quarantine at home after exposure to COVID-19, according to updated guidance from the CDC that comes as many prepare to head back to school for the fall.
Additionally, under the new guidance, schools no longer need to implement “test-to-stay” policies or cohort students – the practice of keeping students in the same group throughout the day to limit contact with others.
Why it matters: The shift marks a significant change in how the nation deals with COVID-19 more than two years after the pandemic began. A majority of Americans are now fully vaccinated against the virus or have been exposed to it.
Be smart: The CDC is now putting more emphasis on personal choices to make informed decisions to protect oneself and others from severe illness, including by vaccination and masking.
Details: The agency is relaxing both quarantine and social distancing guidance.
- Unvaccinated people who are exposed to COVID-19 are no longer advised to quarantine for five days if they have not tested positive for the virus or are not showing symptoms.
- Instead, aligning with the same rules as for vaccinated individuals, the CDC now suggests wearing a high-quality mask for 10 days and getting tested on day 5.
- The agency is also no longer emphasizing social distancing as a key method to reduce the risk of exposure.
- Screening testing of asymptomatic people without known exposures is also no longer recommended in most community settings, the CDC said.
What they’re saying: “COVID-19 continues to circulate globally, however, with so many tools available to us for reducing COVID-19 severity, there is significantly less risk of severe illness, hospitalization and death compared to earlier in the pandemic,” the agency said.
Axios added that 67% of Americans are fully vaccinated against COVID-19, 79% have received at least one dose, and 32% have received a booster dose.