Its time to unplug the sanitizing robots and put away the bottles of Clorox that seem to line the entrances to every school, restaurant and supermarket wanting to advertise its safety protocols. While such protocols may be reassuring to an anxious populace, they are not necessary, says a revised guidance issued on Monday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
It is possible for people to be infected through contact with contaminated surfaces or objects (fomites), but the risk is generally considered to be low, the new CDC guidance says, estimating that the chance of contracting the coronavirus through surface transmission is lower than 1 in 10,000. The coronavirus is spread almost exclusively by airborne and aerosolized particles, as scientists have known for months. Despite scientists growing certitude about how the pathogen is transmitted, many establishments have continued to insist on strict sanitization protocols. In some school districts, for example, classrooms close for full-day deep cleaning.
The persistence of such practices has led to the advent of a derisive term hygiene theater to describe rituals that appear to do little to stop the virus from spreading. It is not clear if the CDCs new guidance will lower the curtain on those theatrics, given how entrenched some of those practices have become.
If we took half the effort thats being given to disinfection, and we put it on ventilation, that will be huge, University of Colorado atmospheric chemist Jose-Luis Jimenez told the scientific publication Nature for an article published last month.
Scientists changing understanding of the virus has made it difficult for public health experts and elected officials to offer the public consistent advice.
For example, when the pandemic began, Americans were told that face masks were not necessary. That guidance was later amended after it became clear that masks kept a sick person from spreading the disease. Still later, scientists acknowledged that masks also protected the wearer......
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Of course the spokescreature bringing this latest slap in the face is a gauntly Punjabi-looking bitch suspiciously named Rochelle Walensky.
Ah! Nothing suspicious about it: "Walensky was born Rochelle Paula Bersoff in Peabody, Massachusetts to Edward Bersoff and Carol Bersoff-Bernstein" (wikid). Sez her 'deputy' is Anne Schuchat, granddaughter of "a kosher butcher from West Virginia", and get a load of her mug:
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FAUCI AND GATES ARE JEW, don't let anybody tell you different!