CDC
a month ago
Safety in schools depends on safer communities. #COVID19 prevention strategies like wearing masks, staying at least 6 ft apart, and increasing testing and vaccinations can help us get there. All this and more in the COVID Data Tracker Weekly Review: https://t.co/F4bAyObDp1. https://t.co/4jeLdTFz2s
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CDC
a month ago
Data show that testing volume for #COVID19 is down, but vaccinations are going up across the U.S. As of February 25, 2021, over 46 million people had received at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine. Learn more: https://t.co/Y4zOGzEBxs.
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BBVE28
a month ago
@CDCgov Our school had been open since September with no issues. If you want to open all schools just do it
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@CDCgov All, this is highly airborne indoors. Pls ventilate & get better masks. 1. KF94 2. Crack 🪟 3. Prop 🚪 (if own a shop) 4. Merv13/Hepa 5. 40-60% humidity 6. CO2 sensors: aim 600 ppm Sources in my timeline
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@CDCgov @CDCgov @ASlavitt @DrEricDing @DrGJackBrown @DrTedros Question: Can you get a cortisone shot in your knee and the covid vaccine a week later? That's my scenario now. #COVID19 #COVID #COVID19Vaccine #question
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@CDCgov Please, Every picture that a school has posted the kids are shoulder to shoulder it’s like jail no 6 ft apart , masks yes but that’s about all they are doing
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@CDCgov 1. Don’t send children to school, homeschool them 2. Problem solved
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