Following on from the Tucker Carlson/Polly post yesterday afternoon [the two clips], this today via Chuckles:
So it’s good to see that this tidal wave of evidence has finally gotten through to the CDC and the mass media, but it would have been better if stubbornness hadn’t kept the old ill-informed assumptions in place so long.
CDC updates its guidelines to say coronavirus ‘does not spread easily’ from contaminated surfaces – but warns it still ‘may be possible’. CDC says ‘touching surfaces or objects’ no longer considered a primary method of transmission.
It has been added to list of ways in which the virus does not spread ‘readily’
Differs from earlier advice which warned it ‘may be possible’ to catch Covid-19 by touching contaminated surfaces.
CDC continues to warn that virus spreads ‘very easily’ from person to person.
Yes and no. Inside a family home, someone with it infects surfaces, others touch those surfaces and do not get infected from that but then they touch their faces, eyes, mouths etc. and do get it.
So yes, it’s right that it’s not the primary transmitter but it’s still there. The primary transmitter is through the air but the masks are garbage:
Two metres is garbage – someone at that door of the supermarket coughs and it goes downwind to me in the queue and I get it or am reactivated. Fact is that a virus is no respecter of the measures so far. You get it and it’s the luck of the draw really.