The CDC announced two things this week, both of which continue along the lines of what we’ve predicted for a year.
The masks are here to stay.
Fully vaccinated Americans can gather in groups indoors without masks, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said.
However, those who have had the jab should still wear a face covering in public.
The CDC released the new guidelines on Monday morning.
The long-awaited guidance from the CDC begins the process of providing clarity to Americans anxious to learn how the nation will begin returning to normalcy as vaccinations ramp up.
Under the guidelines, fully vaccinated people could gather in groups without masks or social distancing.
Vaccinated people could also come together in the same way with people considered at low risk for severe disease, such as in the case of vaccinated grandparents visiting a healthy child and grandchildren.
The CDC says people are not considered “fully vaccinated” until two weeks after receiving the last required dose of vaccine.
The agency is continuing to recommend that fully vaccinated people continue to wear well-fitted masks, avoid large gatherings, and physically distance themselves from others when out in public.
The CDC also advised vaccinated people to get tested if they develop symptoms that could be related to COVID-19.
Most people who are “hospitalized for the coronavirus” are fat.
An overwhelming majority of people who have been hospitalized, needed a ventilator or died from Covid-19 have been overweight or obese, the CDC said in a new study Monday.
Among 148,494 adults who received a Covid-19 diagnosis during an emergency department or inpatient visit at 238 U.S. hospitals from March to December, 71,491 were hospitalized. Of those who were admitted, 27.8% were overweight and 50.2% were obese, according to the CDC report. Overweight is defined as having a body mass index of 25 or more, while obesity is defined as having a BMI of 30 or more.
The agency found the risk for hospitalizations, ICU admissions and deaths was lowest among individuals with BMIs under 25. The risk of severe illness “sharply increased,” however, as BMIs rose, particularly among people 65 and older, the agency said.
Just over 42% of the U.S. population was considered obese in 2018, according to the agency’s most recent statistics.
It doesn’t take a lot of extra pounds to be considered overweight or obese. A 5-foot-10-inch man at 175 pounds and 5-foot-4-inch woman at 146 pounds would both be considered overweight with BMIs of just over 25, according to the CDC’s BMI calculator. A man and woman of the same heights would be considered obese at 210 pounds and 175 pounds, respectively.
Firstly, with the masks: we don’t know what these are doing to our health, but they are clearly restricting oxygen. Anthony Fauci has said he advises people to wear two masks.
No one knows the effects of wearing these all the time for long periods of time. In particular, we have no idea what this will do to the development of children’s brains, which is something you’d think someone would be thinking about.
We do clearly know that this is destroying society. A full 75% of people admit that they can’t understand what a person is saying when they’re wearing the mask. More importantly, the mouth is where you see most of a person’s emotions, so these masks effectively remove all emotion from society.
(Furthermore, emotions can be confused when you only see the eyes – for example, confusion could be mistaken for anger, or fear for surprise.)
They want people to be disconnected from each other, and only interacting directly with technology. That is the plan, it’s what we’ve said the plan was for a year.
As far as fat people getting sick – fat people have all kinds of health problems. It’s clear at this point that there is no “coronavirus pandemic.” Whether the specific virus actually even exists is questionable. We have no data to show there is any new virus. But certainly if it does exist, a lot of people who don’t have it are testing positive. Further, if it does exist, it’s just a strain of the flu.
The deaths are all either from the flu or they’re faked. If you die within a month of testing positive, you get written down as a statistic in the pandemic. Who knows what problems fat people have. They have higher rates of everything, because they’re fat.
They’re now saying fat people are dying of coronavirus in higher numbers, when actually “fat people are dying of whatever because they’re very unhealthy.” But they’re going to use this to promote veganism.
Vegans are proven skinny.
You see how that feeds directly into yet another Bill Gates agenda?
It’s magic, the way everything works out for this guy, isn’t it?
He’s just walking on sunshine.
The man’s entire existence is like the theme song from the Mary Tyler Moore Show.