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The CDC just rolled back a bunch of COVID guidelines and folks are joking to keep from screaming

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The latest changes to the COVID guidelines out of the CDC have left some joking that they’ve given up entirely.Official changes to coronavirus precautions were released yesterday, with an even more lax handling of exposures and vaccination:The update isn’t a huge overhaul of the existing guidance, but it does represent an increasing focus on individuals making their own decisions about their level of risk and how they want to mitigate that risk, said Dr.

Marcus Plescia, chief medical officer for the @ASTHO. pic.twitter.com/GDEd1twhzi— NPR (@NPR) August 11, 2022Related: The FDA just made a big change to monkeypox vaccine strategyA good number of updates have already been made loosening the reins on pandemic precautions in the past couple years, so this move isn’t so much a surprise as a frustration for some.Doubly frustrating is this move’s timing, as many feel that the new health emergency of Monkeypox is also being highly mishandled.All of this together has a lot of folks firing off jokes to hold it together.To be fair, some of the jokes really hit:“So that’s it — after two and a half years of the pandemic — ‘so long, good luck’”?CDC: “I don’t recall saying good luck” pic.twitter.com/hp39820Y8n— meghan b.

kelly (@meghanbkelly) August 11, 2022“No worries if not!” – the new CDC covid guidelines— Julia Claire (@ohJuliatweets) August 12, 2022New CDC guidelines just dropped pic.twitter.com/LMV3lXVaSc— Zac Thompson (@ZacBeThompson) August 11, 2022the cdc telling all of us to just vibe with covid three seconds after the president of the united states was kept in a sealed tomb for like a month until he tested negative is really something— Jack Mirkinson (@jackmirkinson) August 11, 2022CDC like “nibble a little tide pod if you.

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