CDC Director Walks Back Change In Coronavirus Testing Guidelines

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The director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on Thursday issued new guidance for coronavirus testing, days after a quiet change sparked protests from the scientific and medical communities.

In a statement, Director Robert Redfield said those who come into contact with confirmed or probable COVID-19 patients could be tested themselves, even if they do not show symptoms of the virus.

“Testing is meant to drive actions and achieve specific public health objectives. Everyone who needs a COVID-19 test, can get a test. Everyone who wants a test does not necessarily need a test; the key is to engage the needed public health community in the decision with the appropriate follow-up action,” Redfield said.

The CDC revised its testing guidance earlier this week, limiting tests to those who show symptoms. That change prompted backlash among public health experts who pointed to the role asymptomatic people play in spreading the virus, and concern that the revision had been dictated by political appointees outside of CDC.

Read more at The Hill.



  1. Coronavirus is NOT contagious. It’s not bacterial or a viral infection. Corona קורונה (Hebrew for radiation) tests are to check if you were exposed to corona radiation from the 5G with 440 hertz. 5G frequencies cause problems that produces inflammation and hypoxia. When 5G reaches the frequency band of 60 GHz, the ability for a person’s blood hemoglobin to bind with oxygen will be damaged. There’s good reason why communities have burned down 5G cell towers.

  2. Where I live (Lakewood region), as well as in most places in the world that do not have heavy urban populations, there is no 5G reception yet, and somehow many people still came down with corona. And how come everyone came down with corona suddenly within a couple of weeks in March and April and then it by and large went away? 5G existed before March and still exists.


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