The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has walked back information posted on its website just three days ago, which stated Covid-19 can spread through aerosolized droplets. The CDC now says Friday’s guidance was posted "in error," and that new information will be issued shortly. The move is yet another misstep for the nation’s leading public health agency, which recently reversed its guidance for the second time on testing asymptomatic people for the coronavirus. Aired on 09/21/2020.
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CDC Stumbles Again, Mistakenly Posting ‘Draft’ Guidance On Airborne Covid-19 Spread | MSNBC