Americans Face Shifting Requirements To Properly “Socially Distance”, As First Ones Were Wrong, According to Study
The US Government, who controls most American citizens’ movements due to the Government’s Pandemic “Emergency Powers”, has for over a year laid out a series of confusing demands that seem to be ever-changing, frustrating the American people. Government leaders are reducing the number of feet needed to properly “socially distance.”
“This six-foot distancing requirement has probably been the single costliest mitigation tactic that we’ve employed in response to COVID,” said Scott Gottlieb, MD.
In fact, a recent study shows that the costly idea of “socially distancing” that has destroyed businesses and education, is wrong according to a recent article by healthing.com:
“The study, out of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) in Boston and published in the journal Clinical Infectious Diseases, focused specifically on finding the optimal physical distance that would limit the spread. Researchers compared the rates of COVID-19 cases in students and staff in Massachusetts public schools among districts with universal mask mandates but different physical distancing requirements. Some districts had mandated the ubiquitous six feet of physical distancing rule, while others had a three-foot rule.
The study found no substantial difference in the number of cases in districts with a three-foot rule versus those with a six-foot rule, suggesting different physical distancing policies could potentially be adopted in school settings with masking mandates without negatively impacting student or staff safety.
“Prior studies have not directly compared the impact of different physical distancing policies among students attending in-person school,” said lead author Polly van den Berg, MD, a fellow in the Division of Infectious Diseases at BIDMC. “This research, which found no substantial difference in the number of cases among either students or staff in school districts that implemented a distancing policy of three versus six feet between students, is important because many school buildings have physical infrastructure that cannot accommodate six feet of distancing and bring all (or most) students back into the classroom.”
Jack Phillips wrote for the Epoch Times:
“Former Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Scott Gottlieb said that the six-foot social distancing mandate that was employed across much of the United States and the world to deal with the CCP virus pandemic “wasn’t based on clear science.”
“This six-foot distancing requirement has probably been the single costliest mitigation tactic that we’ve employed in response to COVID … and it really wasn’t based on clear science. … We should have re-adjudicated this much earlier,” he said in an interview with CNBC.
Amid the relaxation of CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus guidelines—including one from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) saying it’s safe for schoolchildren to have three-foot distancing—Gottlieb suggested that masks may also be safely removed.
“We now know that the vaccines dramatically reduce your chance of both contracting COVID and becoming symptomatic to the point where you are going to have a bad outcome; we also know it reduces asymptomatic disease and reduces transmission … we see that in the data,” he said.”
Unable to admit that they have made a mistake, they reduce 6 feet to 3 feet, which CBS reported. CBS News has learned that the @CDCgovis is planning to revise its six-foot social distancing guidance down to three feet in schools tomorrow. Yet new cases are surging in more than a dozen states as some school districts begin to reopen their doors.”
CBS News has learned that the @CDCgov is planning to revise its six-foot social distancing guidance down to three feet in schools tomorrow.
— CBS Evening News (@CBSEveningNews) March 18, 2021