CDC tweet garners much criticism

A very questionable tweet yesterday, to say the least, from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has caused many questions, raised eyebrows and criticisms against the federal health agency.

CDC tweeted: Until every person in the U.S. can get a COVID-19 vaccine, continue to wear a mask, keep at least 6 feet between yourself and others, avoid crowds, and wash your hands often.

This did not go over well with the public as the following examples show:

This makes absolutely no sense whatsoever. Herd immunity will be achieved well before it’s possible for everyone to get the vaccine.

Two weeks to flatten the curve to “until every person” gets a vaccine. This is overreaching insanity which shreds any last bit of credibility the CDC may have had.

This just proves that the CDC isn’t dealing with actual public health based in reality. Political shills for maintaining control and fear. Disappointing but not surprising.

 

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