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CDC Now Says 3-Foot Social Distancing for Classrooms Is Okay
Schools can safely seat students three feet apart in classrooms, rather than six feet, says new guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released Friday. Children must still wear masks, however.
originally posted by: asabuvsobelow
a reply to: IAMTAT
Agreed on all fronts.
and just a thought I had driving to work listening to these CDC guidelines on the radio .
Why is it that this Civilian organization the CDC that focuses on making a $$ Profit at the end of each fiscal year , is being held responsible to hold our best interest at heart ?
While there main interest is Money and no doubt Power .
originally posted by: DBCowboy
a reply to: ketsuko
Masking is akin to kneeling.
It's only about power, control, and social engineering.
Lockdowns are now a part of an official state of Michigan plan for future pandemics.
One page of the plan from the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services lists several state responses. These include: “cancelling mass gatherings of more than 10 people” and “limit unnecessary movement in the community/shelter-in-place.” The updated plan was released in December, and it has gone largely unnoticed.
Community NPI: Social distancing (> 6 feet), cancellingmass gatherings of more than 10 people (e.g., school/daycare/ university/church/concert/theater), as feasible, implement teleworking for businesses, restrict non-essential access to assisted living/nursing facility care centers, limit unnecessary movement in the community/shelter-in-place.