The Centers for Disease Control admitted on Monday that it had put out false information on its website saying that the coronavirus can spread through the...
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has once again confirmed that the coronavirus is no threat to anyone under 17 years of age.
Last weekend the CDC drastically downgraded the number of COVID deaths and noted that in truth less than 10,000 died of the virus.
CDC Director Robert Redfield said the COVID lockdowns have caused more suicides and drug overdoses among young people.
The CDC has admitted that the mortality rate for the Coronavirus is below pandemic status.
As of July 8, the CDC reported that deaths from COVID-19 had dropped by 86 percent.
Well, it now looks like the CDC is finally admitting this the coronavirus really isn't as bad as they had claimed.
The CDC didn't exactly go out of their way to announce this major change, but we'll take any good news that we can get.
The news comes as several states continue to reopen high risk businesses such as massage parlors and tattoo shops.
All of America's hard work is paying off.
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American who are currently refusing to adhere to the CDC's guidance have peeved POTUS.
This is a truly unprecedented moment in American sports history, and one that will be written about for many decades to come.
On February 26, the world was warned about the growing extent of the Coronavirus. Our Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) company, IA Analytica tweeted; “OSINT analysis: Coronavirus...
We've entered new territory with COVID-19, and the world is taking notice.
This should come as great relief to those in the US who were beginning to panic.
Things are getting a little hairy over on the West Coast.
But is this all overblown hysteria?
There is almost no worse place for a case to show up.
Something must be done to prevent the spread of this novel strain of coronavirus, and the CDC isn't shying away from that task.