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Coronavirus Transmission

The CDC finally admitted the worst thing about the coronavirus

October 6th, 2020

The CDC has finally confirmed the worst thing about the novel coronavirus. COVID-19 can be spread from person to person through the air in aerosols, which is something the CDC had not formally admitted. This increases the risk of infection indoors because the virus can linger in the air for a longer time and travel …

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Now there’s another food you need to throw away immediately

September 28th, 2020

The CDC has issued a bulletin for a recall of dried mushrooms that may be tainted with salmonella. The mushrooms were sold directly to restaurants and not the public. If you can’t determine where the mushrooms were sourced from, don’t order or eat them. As if 2020 couldn’t get any worse, we now have another …

CDC guidelines

Someone asked Dr. Fauci about the CDC controversy, and he gave a great answer

September 22nd, 2020

An abrupt change made on Monday to the CDC guidelines around the coronavirus and the extent to which airborne transmission affects it caused a firestorm. White House health advisor Dr. Anthony Fauci responded to some of the criticism around the CDC’s flip-flop, by first acknowledging the new information that the CDC guidelines contained briefly about …

CDC guidelines

CDC pulls its bombshell COVID-19 guidance from the web

September 21st, 2020

New CDC guidelines that appeared on the agency’s website just a few days ago, which refined the agency’s guidance around how the coronavirus spreads, were abruptly pulled from the agency’s site on Monday. The CDC said it was due to the new coronavirus guidance being posted as a draft in error. Critics immediately pounced, arguing that this …

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That salmonella onion recall just got even bigger

September 14th, 2020

The onion recall over potential salmonella contamination now includes over 1,000 confirmed cases of illness. The onions are sold across the United States in a variety of stores and under multiple brand names. If you have any of the recalled products in your home, throw them out immediately and sanitize anything they may have come …

Coronavirus testing

Several governors just blasted new CDC coronavirus guidance as ‘reckless’

August 28th, 2020

The CDC has come under fire in recent days because of a major change in its guidelines around coronavirus testing. The CDC’s new testing guidelines state that asymptomatic individuals do not need to get tested even if they’ve been in close proximity to people who have the coronavirus. Previously, the agency recommended that such people do …

Coronavirus Testing

The CDC just made a disturbing change to its coronavirus guidelines

August 26th, 2020

The CDC has just changed its coronavirus testing guidelines for people who show no symptoms — even after contact with a confirmed COVID-19 patient. The agency says that testing is not necessarily required without unless COVID-19 symptoms present, a marked change in tone compared to previous versions of the document. Experts worry that the new …

Coronavirus face mask

This is how bad face mask hysteria has gotten

August 25th, 2020

Coronavirus face mask guidelines are a fact of life pretty much everywhere you go in public these days, especially at places like restaurants and retailers where large groups of people will occupy the same space. Nevertheless, there continue to be emotional, sometimes violent clashes involving mask-opponents that often end up going viral. Because of that, …