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Just When You Thought…

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On Monday, September 21, the CDC took back some of its previous guidance on coronavirus, and it was….well, a bit confusing. Even the World Health (WHO) was confused.

In its own words, the CDC said that it “erroneously posted guidance saying the coronavirus spreads through airborne particles that can remain suspended in the air and travel beyond 6 feet.” What does this mean? That the guidance is still correct but the CDC didn’t mean to post it? Or that the CDC believes coronavirus does not spread through airborne particles? That it cannot travel beyond six feet? Or that it can’t be spread by particles that do not remain suspended? The agency did not exactly say that either.

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