CDC quietly removed school guidance for eliminating masks, rolling back COVID-19 prevention efforts

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention quietly removed guidance for phasing out masks and other COVID-19 mitigation efforts in schools, cached versions of the agency’s website show. The CDC made the changes when it updated its guidance on universal indoor masking for students, staff, teachers and visitors to K‑12 schools, regardless of their vaccination status, on Aug. 5. “We believe that our state, as well as teachers unions, probably had an influence over this change,” Jonathan Zachreson, an advocate for fully reopening California schools, told Fox News. “It’s basically mask indefinitely in schools forever, and there is no off-ramps. So it’s really disappointing to see that.” Teachers unions have previously influenced changes to the CDC’s school-related guidance, reports have shown.COVID-19 VACCINE AND …

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