CDC Ends Covid-19 Restrictions, New Guidance Focused on “Individual Decisions”
What changed from yesterday to today?
With just three months until the midterms, the CDC has quietly changed guidance on Covid-19 recommendations to focus on “individual decisions.”
CDC released revised guidelines that lift the requirement to quarantine if exposed to Covid-19, deemphasizes screening people with no symptoms and updates COVID-19 protocols in schools, eliminating a recommendation for test-to-stay after potential exposure.
“This guidance acknowledges that the pandemic is not over, but also helps us move to a point where COVID-19 no longer severely disrupts our daily lives,” the CDC’s Greta Massetti said in a statement. “We know that COVID 19 is here to stay,” she added in comments during a briefing with reporters.
Covid-19 restrictions first began with “15 Days to Slow the Spread” on March 16th, 2020. The ’15 Days’ culminated in the first global lockdown in history that lasted for years. Millions of lives were destroyed, businesses were decimated, vaccine mandates were instituted, masks were required in public places, and a once friendly society was trying to stay at least six feet away from one another.
Now, over two years from the initial lock downs, CDC guidance is completely dismissed by most people. The CDC know’s that nobody is listening to them anyway and by relaxing the guidance they are attempting to hang on to a sliver of credibility.
So glad the science has changed!
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