Have You Notice How The Once Proud CDC’s Reputation Has Fallen Due To - Bad Leadership?

Have You Notice How The Once Proud CDC’s Reputation Has Fallen Due To - Bad Leadership?

The CDC Director Rochelle Walensky has continued to be inconsistent as the Omicron wave spreads throughout the United States and it’s getting on my last nerve.

In my podcast, I have called out Walensky countless times as conservatives have attacked Dr. Anthony Fauci. This lady is getting away with a lot, and it has to be stopped.

As Walensky revealed on Wednesday’s episode of “Good Morning America,” PCR testing for COVID-19 may remain positive for up to 12 weeks after an infection has occurred. New CDC standards do not need a negative PCR test to be released from quarantine or isolation, according to Walensky.

According to Walensky, “if we relied on PCRs, then we would have individuals in isolation for a very long period.

Walensky said that rapid antigen testing do not accurately predict whether or not a person is infectious with COVID-19. In the first stages of infection, “we know it works pretty well but the FDA has not at all looked at whether… your positive antigen actually does correspond with whether you’re transmissible or not.”

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Since the epidemic began over two years ago, this is the first time Walensky has warned Americans that they may have been infected with COVID-19 weeks ago and still be contagious, or that they may have been infected with COVID-19 and still be infectious.

It’s another another example of how the CDC has failed to keep the American public informed about the most recent developments in the epidemic.

According to the admission, the CDC’s recommendation is based on inaccurate testing.

Since the beginning of the year, several physicians have cautioned that PCR testing may be too sensitive. Americans have been compelled to remain at home, skip activities, and isolate themselves for over two years now due to the possibility of false positives from oversensitive PCRs, as noted by analyst Yossi Gestetner.

In public health leadership, this has become the norm. Walensky cited a research from Arizona, which revealed that schools with mask regulations were 3.5 times less likely to develop COVID-19 outbreaks, in support of CDC advice that all children aged two and older wear masks in classrooms.

Medical professionals, on the other hand, slammed the research. The research only included schools that were open for the period of the study and did not monitor whether transmission happened at school when it defined a “outbreak” as the presence of two cases in a school as a whole. Walensky, on the other hand, insisted on bringing up the 3.5 figure.

The CDC utilized faulty data from the now-infamous Provincetown research to reimpose mask recommendations on the vaccinated during the summer of COVID-19 breakout infections. The research referenced was based on a sample of 127 vaccinated, infected persons who were present at a holiday weekend party in Provincetown, Massachusetts, in honor of “bear week,” a homosexual men’s celebration.

Misinformation concerning outdoor transmission was disseminated by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Outside transmission of COVID-19 was only “less than 10%,” according to the FDA. In actuality, the genuine percentage might be less than 1%, and potentially as low as 0.1 %.

As recently as May, Walensky maintained the Biden administration’s guidelines, which still urged that those who had had vaccinations wear face masks. Her approval of a request that those who had received vaccinations not be required to wear masks had not yet been made public the night before.

Walensky stated the Biden administration was “looking into” a government vaccination requirement in a July interview with Fox News’ Bret Baier. That sparked a commotion, and Walensky quickly took it back, tweeting that the federal government will not issue a countrywide requirement.

Later, Biden said that enterprises with more than 100 workers would have to comply with a government vaccination requirement. Walensky has stood by that policy ever since, refusing to acknowledge that she made a guarantee that it wouldn’t occur.

 

 

 

 




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