CDC publishes new COVID-19 guidance for people who test positive

What is that actually going on?

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With new information comes new advice but we would be a damn liar to act as if we weren’t a bit confused by the latest CDC recommendation regarding COVID-19 Disease.

Based on ABCNews, the Centers for Disease Control is now suggesting that people who test positive for coronavirus only have to isolate for 5 days IF they have no symptoms. KEYWORDS, “IF”!

Don’t stay active like hell, smoke cigarettes, and go around the game. Part of the reason people are so confused, skeptical, and quite frankly annoyed with this new advice is that things they used to be tough on have now given way to less stringent “restrictions.”

But again, new information, new advice.

The change in data-driven guidance suggests that “the majority of COVID-19 transmission occurs early in the course of the disease, typically in the 1-2 days before the onset of symptoms and 2-3 days after, “according to the CDC.

Under this new guidance, people who have had COVID-19 AND are asymptomatic can isolate after five days as long as they continue to wear a mask to avoid any possibility of transmission to others. It sounds like, “just stay yo ‘a** inside and stay away from sick people yo’ a**!”

Attention… CDC publishes new COVID-19 guidance for people who test positive

John Verrall

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