The COVID -19 vaccine should be the end of the pandemic and the draconian restrictions that come with it – but experts won’t let that happen.
This is an inversion of guidance from the CDC in May that said vaccinated individuals no longer had to cover up indoors, but came across as a response to Delta that differentiated the virus.
“In recent days I have seen new scientific data from current outbreak investigations showing that the Delta variation behaves strangely differently from previous virus sequences caused by Covid-19, “said Dr. Rochelle Walensky, director of the CDC, told the media in a briefing about the changes, according to CNN.
“This new science is worrisome and unfortunately provides an update to our recommendations,” he claims. “It’s not a decision that much we or the CDC made.”
“New science” has clearly revealed that the viral load for vaccinated individuals with a variety is similar to that of the unvaccinated, even if the inoculated are still very rarely get sick or transmit the disease.
Still, included more than 46 percent of U.S. provinces that fall into the “high” community delivery category, those vaccinated in half the country must go back to masking like inoculation has not yet occurred.
Further demoralizing is what they recommend to be imposed on children entering a third year of schooling where COVID-19 is available.
“CDC recommends general internal masking for all faculty, staff, students, and visitors to K-12 schools, regardless of immunization status,” Tuesday’s update on CDC website stated
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“Children should return to full-time learning in person in the fall with layered prevention strategies in place.”
Children returning to school must cover their faces and stay three feet away from their classmates and teachers – again, regardless of immunization status – despite having little without risk of serious illness even if they catch the virus.
At the beginning of the pandemic, anyone expressing nervousness about giving the government such power with very little incentive to return it was ridiculed and effectively silenced.
Now it seems clear that returning to “normal” is a moving target that is increasingly unattainable, even though more than 49 percent of all Americans are fully vaccinated at a rate of increase of up to 81.5 percent in the 65-74 age group. demographics, according to Mayo Clinic data
Daily Wire’s Ben Shapiro took direct intent on the new requirements in accordance with the risk of minuscule to the vaccinated, thus effectively detrimental to the rationale for this change beyond a political club.
“From a single CDC. This means that until now, the chances of you being hospitalized or dying from a successful infection after vaccination is approximately 1 in 27,223,” Shapiro tweets Tuesday with a screenshot of the statistic. data from the CDC on the efficacy of vaccine.
“And I will not cover myself or my child to protect people who can get the vaccine any time they want,” he added.
From the same CDC. This means that to date, the chances of you being hospitalized or dying from a successful infection after vaccination are approximately 1 in 27,223. And I will not cover myself or my child to protect people who can get the vaccine anytime they want. pic.twitter.com/yUrSH3qOZA
– Ben Shapiro (@benshapiro) July 27, 2021
Republican lawmakers were quick to cry out badly over the new guidance as well.
“The new mask guide at the CDC is the final political nail in public health credibility,” the Texas Rep. Tweeted momentarily. Dan Crenshaw after the CDC announcement.
The new mask guide at the CDC is the final political nail in the coffin reality of public health.
– Dan Crenshaw (@DanCrenshawTX) July 27, 2021
“It’s not science. It’s politics,” Texas Sen. Ted Cruz charged in a tweet Tuesday.
“Vaccines work. If you’re vaccinated, you don’t need an ad * mn mask,” he hinted. “The CDC told us that!”
This is not science. This is politics.
Vaccines work. If you’ve been vaccinated, you don’t need a damn mask.
The CDC told us that! https://t.co/7vrBpuPPGj
– Ted Cruz (@tedcruz) July 23, 2021
The Republican Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is openly said about the commands for students.
“I think our fear is seeing some of that rumbling, with an attempt from the federal level or even some of these organizations to try to push for mandatory masking of school children,” he said. DeSantis at a roundtable Monday early on the new rules, Fox News reported
“And so our view is that it shouldn’t be fully imposed. It shouldn’t be mandated,” the Republican governor said.
The changes to the CDC’s guidelines are even more unsatisfactory in light of its firm position against mask mandates, with the latest change confirming what many know.
“It’s not science -based,” DeSantis press secretary Christina Pushaw told the news outlet after the new CDC guidelines, which resonated with fellow GOP lawmakers.
“There is no indication that areas with mask mandates have done any better than areas without mask mandates. In fact, this policy could be reversed,” he said.
With new mask mandates coming down the pike, it’s only logical to assume that lockdowns are once again around – so what’s the incentive to be vaccinated for its own sake?
So, that might just be the point. This new mandate feels punishable against unformed action and may be deliberately intentional.
After everything, passports passports is incredibly controversial today, meaning everyone must rely on the honor system when appearing in the world without a mask.
But public anger and targeted embarrassment are tools often used to force people to do what they don’t like, and if you can’t incentivize something, it only makes sense to disincentivize doing nothing. .
The government blames the undeveloped action for the variant and the resurgence of mask recommendations, a group they have effectively alienated, varied and even made criminal in some parts of the world.
“They’re killing people. I really mean they – Look, the only pandemic we have is among the unvaccinated. And they’re killing people,” President Joe Biden said. said earlier this month before it walks back.
Now they tell people who have been confined to their homes for more than a year – convinced they will die from breathing air – that there is a group of people who are directly to blame for their ongoing panic.
We used to call it scapegoating, but now it seems to be gradually becoming public policy.
This article originally appeared on The Western Journal.
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