New CDC guidance ends stricter rules for unvaccinated people -

8/12/2022 1:52:00 AM

The CDC has ended the policy of issuing stricter guidance for unvaccinated people compared to vaccinated people. Unvaccinated people no longer need to quarantine after being exposed to COVID-19

The CDC has ended the policy of issuing stricter guidance for unvaccinated people compared to vaccinated people. Unvaccinated people no longer need to quarantine after being exposed to COVID-19

The Centers for Disease Control has once again changed their COVID-19 guidance. They now recommend Americans do not have to quarantine if they come into close contact with an infected person. The CDC also ditched the official guidance to social distance, and their recommendation to test people in schools who don’t have symptoms. The CDC says the changes come because...

The Centers for Disease Control has once again changed their COVID-19 guidance. They now recommend Americans do not have to quarantine if they come into close contact with an infected person.The CDC also ditched the official guidance to social distance, and their recommendation to test people in schools who don’t have symptoms.

The CDC says the changes come because the virus is posing a much lower risk of severe illness to Americans.The most notable change, is that the CDC has ended the policy of issuing stricter guidance for unvaccinated people compared to vaccinated people. Meaning unvaccinated people no longer need to quarantine if they have been exposed to someone infected with COVID-19.

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They now recommend Americans do not have to quarantine if they come into close contact with an infected person. The CDC also ditched the official guidance to social distance, and their recommendation to test people in schools who don’t have symptoms. “My heart just fell to the floor that I knew we did not do our job,” said Michael Debrecht, Arlington Assistant Parks Operator in an interview with NBC 5 Investigates . The CDC says the changes come because the virus is posing a much lower risk of severe illness to Americans. The most notable change, is that the CDC has ended the policy of issuing stricter guidance for unvaccinated people compared to vaccinated people.” “We wanted to tell our public that we did everything in our power to make this safe for families to use. Meaning unvaccinated people no longer need to quarantine if they have been exposed to someone infected with COVID-19. People with healthy immune systems, regardless of vaccination status, should isolate for five days after testing positive for the virus, but you can end isolation at day six if you have not had symptoms or if you have not had a fever for 24 hours and other symptoms have improved, according to the guidelines.

Instead, public health officials recommend unvaccinated people wear a mask for ten days and get tests on the fifth day after they were exposed. Among the changes was checking the water three times throughout the day, not just once per day, to ensure that large crowds or equipment malfunctions haven’t caused a sudden decrease in chlorine levels. But, if people are unvaccinated at this point, the chances are they are not going to be wearing any mask, so the recommendation is deemed pointless by many. . Texas law, however, only requires testing once per day and, as NBC 5 Investigates discovered, many cities are only following that minimum state requirement.