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CDC Will Shorten COVID-19 Self-Quarantine Recommendation from Two Weeks to Between Seven and Ten Days

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The Center for Disease Control and Prevention, the CDC, is finalizing a new self-quarantine recommendation for people possibly exposed to COVID-19, according to the Wall Street Journal.

The federal agency is looking to decrease the self-quarantine recommendation from a full two weeks to between seven and ten days.

Dr. Henry Walke, the CDC’s COVID-19 response manager, told the Wall Street Journal that the new recommendation still includes a test to ensure that the person is negative.

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“We do think that the work that we’ve done, and some of the studies we have and the modeling data that we have, shows that we can with testing shorten quarantines,” he said.

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If a test comes back negative, he added, “then their probability of going on and developing an infection after that is pretty low.”

There is a risk that some infections would be missed, Dr. Walke said, but it may be worth the potential trade-off. “Hopefully, people would be better able to adhere to quarantine if it was, for example, seven to 10 days,” he said.

The two-week recommendation was meant to cover the maximum number of days that a person could potentially go between infection and displaying symptoms. But further research and data collection, as well as general pandemic weariness, have rendered two-week quarantines unnecessary and undesirable.

According to the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, half of all people who display symptoms fall ill five or six days after infection. Only two percent fall ill two weeks after infection.

It’s good to see some adjustment now that we know much more about the virus than we did a few months ago. Two-week quarantines are overkill in the vast majority of cases, and the science appears to back that up.

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GOP Congressman Proposes Bribing Americans with Stimulus Money to Take Experimental COVID Vaccines

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A Republican Congressman is proposing to bribe Americans with federal stimulus cash in order to coerce them into getting experimental COVID-19 vaccines that have already shown to produce tremendous negative side-effects.

Congressman Steve Stivers (R-OH) intends to make the next stimulus check contingent upon receiving the controversial and novel vaccinations. Stivers aims to deny $1,400 for ailing Americans desperate for economic relief unless they are stuck with the Big Pharma shots.

“It should be debt for the right things,” Stivers said. “The quickest thing we need to do if we really want to help the American people, is get this economy turned back on — get people back to work, get kids back in school, get ourselves some herd immunity, get the vaccine distributed as quick as we can and get the uptake rate up. That’s why I’d be willing to accept a $1,400 stimulus check if people are willing to take the vaccine.”

Stifers apparently has no qualms about Americans being used as guinea pigs for these experimental shots pushed quickly through the “Operation Warp Speed” program that have many troubling side-effects.

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Big League Politics has reported on how men are being warned to freeze their sperm before receiving the COVID vaccine due to fertility concerns:

The fake news media is actually telling men to freeze their sperm before getting a COVID-19 vaccine because it may cause infertility.

The University of Miami is conducting research into the experimental COVID-19 vaccine potentially causing infertility. They are conducting a study to determine whether or not the vaccine has these damaging effects.

“We’re evaluating the sperm parameters and quality before the vaccine and after the vaccine. From the biology of the COVID vaccine we believe it shouldn’t affect fertility but we want to do the study to make sure that man who want to have kids in the future to assure them it’s safe to go ahead and get the vaccine,” said Dr. Ranjith Ramasamy, a reproductive urologist with U Health.

WPLG Local 10 News offered an ominous warning: “To protect fertility, some men may want to consider freezing their sperm prior to vaccination.”

It will not be known for years exactly the negative health impacts that these vaccines will bring about to the public, and Big Pharma will be exempted from all liability coming from the shots. Many Americans have legitimate cause to have concerns about vaccines, and skepticism towards personally receiving it.

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