The more contradictions, the more people should be able to identify manipulative, anti-human, anti-social nonsense. Holding out false hopes of “relaxed” measures, stringing people along.
Summary of Recent Changes
Updates as of March 19, 2021
Revised physical distancing recommendations to reflect at least 3 feet between students in classrooms and provide clearer guidance when a greater distance (such as 6 feet) is recommended.
Clarified that ventilation is a component of strategies to clean and maintain healthy facilities. [actually a scientifically valid recommendation]
Removed recommendation for physical barriers.
Clarified the role of community transmission levels in decision-making.
Added guidance on interventions when clusters occur.
So they’ve changed a couple of measures that were intolerable to children, claiming this is all science.
But the contact tracing spying is part of this still, as well as the screening, the testing, the face masks, the isolating from “non-essential visitors”. All these are totalitarian measures to maintain the idea there is a danger and to condition everyone to being a slave.
Between students in classrooms
In elementary schools, students should be at least 3 feet apart.
In middle schools and high schools, students should be at least 3 feet apart in areas of low, moderate, or substantial community transmission. In areas of high community transmission, middle and high school students should be 6 feet apart if cohorting is not possible.
Maintain 6 feet of distance in the following settings:
Between adults (teachers and staff), and between adults and students, at all times in the school building. Several studies have found that transmission between staff is more common than transmission between students and staff, and among students, in schools.
When masks cannot be worn, such as when eating.
During activities when increased exhalation occurs, such as singing, shouting, band, or sports and exercise. Move these activities outdoors or to large, well-ventilated space, when possible.
In common areas such as school lobbies and auditoriums.
Use cohorting, and maintain 6 feet of distance between cohorts where possible. Limit contact between cohorts. In areas of substantial (orange) and high (red) levels of community transmission, schools that use less than 6 feet between students in classrooms, cohorting is recommended, with at least 6 feet maintained between cohorts. . . .
The main FAQ (updated November 17, 2020) still recommends 6 feet:
To practice social or physical distancing, stay at least 6 feet (about 2 arm lengths) from other people who are not from your household in both indoor and outdoor spaces.
Some of the contradictory info:
It may be possible that a person can get COVID-19 by touching a surface or object that has the virus on it and then touching their own mouth, nose, or eyes. However, this is not thought to be the main way the virus spreads.
But you should still be worried about it?
Dr. Fauci Now Believes 3 Feet of Social Distancing May Be Enough
By Susan Jones | March 15, 2021 | cnsnews.com
This is from a CNN interview with Fauci.
“Does this study suggest to you that three feet is good enough?” Tapper asked the oft-quoted “expert.”
“It does, indeed,” said Fauci:
And that’s exactly the point I’m making…What the CDC wants to do is, they want to accumulate data. And when the data shows that there is an ability to be three feet, they will act accordingly.
They have clearly noted those data. They are, in fact, doing studies themselves. And when the data are just analyzed — and it’s going to be soon. I mean, Jake, you’re asking the right questions. And the CDC is very well aware that data are accumulating making it look more like three feet are OK under certain circumstances. They’re analyzing that.
And I can assure you, within a reasonable period of time, quite reasonable, they will be giving guidelines according to the data that they have. It won’t be very long, I promise you.
Fauci said he didn’t want to “get ahead of official guidelines.” . . . . [etc.]
That’s how they play with people.
CDC relaxes distance requirements in schools from 6 to 3 feet
March 19, 2021 | By Erika Edwards | nbcnews.com
. . .The change applies only to students, not teachers or other adult staff.
The change comes amid a massive push to get kids back in the classroom, from lawmakers to parents.
Links in the article are provided to different studies and recommendation:
And a review of research published in The Lancet last year supported physical distancing of at least 3 feet, provided that people use proper face coverings. The World Health Organization also recommends a physical distance of 3 feet
Some links are included showing the destructive impact of these genocidal, totalitarian policies:
Multiple studies have shown increases in depression and anxiety among children during the pandemic. And a survey (https://www.challengesuccess.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/CS-NBC-Study-Kids-Under-Pressure-PUBLISHED.pdf) . . .