Sunlight is the best disinfectant. This old phrase has never been more appropriate in America than during the past year during the Wuhan CCP Virus hysteria. Now, slow as ever, the CDC is finally admitting (at last partially) this is as true now as it always has been as they loosen their outdoor mask guidelines for vaccinated people–but only in certain situations.
Keep in mind, these are the same geniuses who insisted on completely unscientific social distancing rules, so any victory over their unscientific oppression should be hailed with applause followed by lobbying to completely remove their remaining unscientific guidance. Here is your updated CDC chart of acceptable liberties, weighted by CDC. What do you think?
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“On Tuesday the CDC released its first recommendations for “unmasking” fully vaccinated people outdoors. It’s another early step, in the agency’s eyes, toward resuming some facets of public life that were once deemed unsafe because of the pandemic, now that nearly 30% of the US is fully vaccinated, and infection rates are dropping.
“Over the past year, we have spent a lot of time telling Americans what they cannot do, what they should not do,” CDC Director Rochelle Walensky said at a virtual White House press briefing on Tuesday, announcing the new guidance. “Today, I’m going to tell you some of the things you can do, if you are fully vaccinated.”
Since when does the government tell you what legal things a free person can and cannot do? Since the Wuhan CCP Virus, apparently. And, every time they get it wrong, they simply change the rules again and act like it is somehow science, even though people all over the country are reportedly catching Covid weeks and months after being fully vaccinated.
This is the third time the CDC has adjusted its guidance for the fully vaccinated. In March, the CDC said it was all right for fully vaccinated people to gather indoors and hug without masks, and earlier this month the agency said domestic travel was safe for the fully vaccinated as long as they wore masks in transit.
“If you are fully vaccinated, things are much safer for you,” Walensky said. “There are many situations where fully vaccinated people do not need to wear a mask, particularly if they are outdoors.”
Better ventilation outdoors means that the risk of viral transmission indoors is “almost a 20 fold” greater, Walensky said, adding that “less than 10% of documented transmission” of the virus happens outside.
The CDC still cautions that some fully vaccinated people may not want to take off their masks outdoors, stressing “it is important to consider your own personal situation and the risk to you, your family, and your community before venturing out without a mask.”
If the experimental biological agents posing as vaccines are actually effective (and actually vaccines), they should prevent a patient from getting sick again (like the Polio vaccine). In this case, however, the CDC itself appears to be suggesting that that is not the case.
So, how can these experimental shots be considered vaccines? And, since the vaccine is less effective than surviving the virus naturally, why aren’t people who have already recovered from the actual virus included on the list of people who can go outside again with the blessing of the Almighty CDC?