I spent most of this morning online, reading more about the CDC’s new guidelines about mask wearing. I started a blog about it on CCL but probably won’t post anything. Some of the reading was actually watching. I watched part of the Senate Health Committee hearing where some republicans grilled the CDC director, Dr. Rochelle Walensky, over the CDCs guidelines two days before the guidelines were changed. While that seemed suspect — that maybe her decision to sign off on the guidelines was influenced by these asses — it turned out that she’d actually signed off on them the day before the hearing.
Anyway, going directly to a primary source is much better than using the filters of media, including the social variety.
Feeling better, but not 100% after the shingles shot. — that’s delightful.
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Primary research always leaves me feeling a bit more satisfied.