Apparently, it’s time for increased ventilation and actual N95 masks then?

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is finally acknowledging something that health experts have been saying for a while now: COVID-19 spreads through the air and can be inhaled by someone who is more than six feet away. The CDC said in a document published Friday that it has “repeatedly documented” instances of the virus spreading through the air to people who were more than six feet away “under certain preventable circumstances.” This marks a change for the agency that previously said most infections took place through “close contact, not airborne transmission.”

Source: CDC admits coronavirus is airborne, can be transmitted more than 6 feet away.

So what did the public health experts do last year? They closed parks, trails, bike paths – and said we should all stay indoors. Where no one wears an N95 mask inside their own home. About 2 out of 3 new cases may originate in the home…

By EdwardM