• Most Healthcare Workers Are Not Heroes, Many Are Sociopaths and We Must Keep That in Mind When Dealing With Them

    Most Healthcare Workers Are Not Heroes, Many Are Sociopaths and We Must Keep That in Mind When Dealing With Them

  • CDC Moving Ahead with Critical Race Theory Trainings Despite Trump Order

    CDC Moving Ahead with Critical Race Theory Trainings Despite Trump Order

    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention appears to be moving forward with critical race theory trainings for employees despite an executive order from President Trump ordering federal agencies to end such taxpayer-funded training programs. Trump issued an executive order earlier this month requiring federal agencies to “cease and desist from using taxpayer dollars to fund …
  • CDC Asks States to Prepare to Distribute Potential COVID Vaccine by Nov. 1

    CDC Asks States to Prepare to Distribute Potential COVID Vaccine by Nov. 1

    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has asked states to be ready to distribute a potential coronavirus vaccine by November 1, according to new reports. In a letter to state governors and health officials last week, CDC director Robert Redfield said that Texas- based McKesson Corporation would soon be requesting permits to build distribution …
  • U.S. Passes 6 Million Coronavirus Cases

    U.S. Passes 6 Million Coronavirus Cases

    The U.S. coronavirus case count surpassed 6 million on Monday, less than eight months after the first American case of the virus was recorded, according to data from Johns Hopkins University. The milestone comes a little over three weeks after the country topped 5 million cases on August 9. While infections are falling in nearly …
  • CDC Employees Call on Agency to Declare Racism a Public Health Crisis

    CDC Employees Call on Agency to Declare Racism a Public Health Crisis

    More than 1,000 employees of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have signed a letter calling on the agency to declare racism a public health crisis and to address “ongoing and recurring acts of racism and discrimination” against the organization’s black employees. “At CDC, we have a powerful platform from which to create real …
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    The plan for "contact tracing" to preven the spread of COVID-19 relies on huge amounts of government spending

    As states move through phases of reopening, “contact tracing” has remained a topic of national interest. For months now, talking heads in the government and media have hailed the strategy as the country’s saving grace. One NBC headline read, “Coronavirus contact tracing could stop COVID-19 and reopen America,” and a CNN article declared, “the US …
  • Fauci Confirms Public Health Experts Downplayed Efficacy of Masks to Ensure They Would Be Available to Healthcare Workers

    Fauci Confirms Public Health Experts Downplayed Efficacy of Masks to Ensure They Would Be Available to Healthcare Workers

    Dr. Anthony Fauci, chief medical advisor to the Trump administration’s coronavirus task force, confirmed that public health experts discouraged the public from wearing face masks towards the beginning of the coronavirus outbreak because they were concerned there would not be enough available for health care workers. During the early weeks of the pandemic, public health …
  • Customers asked to waive right to sue in case of coronavirus infections

    Customers asked to waive right to sue in case of coronavirus infections

    As businesses reopen across the US after coronavirus shutdowns, many are requiring customers and workers to sign forms saying they won’t sue if they catch COVID-19. Businesses fear they could be the target of litigation even if they adhere to safety precautions from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and state health officials. But …
  • Internal CDC Models Project 3,000 Daily COVID Deaths by June 1

    Internal CDC Models Project 3,000 Daily COVID Deaths by June 1

    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is projecting the U.S. coronavirus daily death toll to reach about 3,000 people by June 1, with 200,000 new cases per day by the same date, the New York Times reported on Monday. The projections were compiled into charts currently used by the Federal Emergency Management Agency. “There …
  • CDC Director Warns Second Wave of Coronavirus Could Be Worse

    CDC Director Warns Second Wave of Coronavirus Could Be Worse

    Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director Robert Redfield speaks about the coronavirus in Washington, January 28, 2020. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention director Robert Redfield on Tuesday warned that coronavirus could strike in a second wave in the fall. “There’s a possibility that the assault of the virus on our nation next winter …