Image: CDC trying to get people killed by coronavirus, still saying masks don’t work

(Natural News) The United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is doubling down on its recommendation that ordinary Americans should not wear face masks to protect themselves against the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19).

According to the CDC, face masks still aren’t necessary unless you’re in a “high-risk” group, even though the government at large has completely shut down the economy and ordered people to stay six feet and six inches apart from one another for the foreseeable future.

Somehow, it’s not okay for people to do anything fun anymore, or even use local parks or trail systems, all because someone out there could be carrying the coronavirus (COVID-19). But should you wear a face mask when out and about? Nah, says the CDC.

“When the curve gets flattened from wearing masks, the fascists will not have an excuse to take away people’s rights and control them,” one commenter from Zero Hedge stated about why the CDC isn’t recommending masks. “So, if you love liberty, wear a mask.”

Listen below to The Health Ranger Report as Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, discusses how many alternative media outlets are systematically destroying themselves by continuing to claim that the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is a hoax:

Edward Snowden warns that governments are using coronavirus as an excuse to mass-surveil people

As he’s been known to do, whistleblower Edward Snowden recently came out to warn the public that the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis is exactly what the deep state needs as an excuse to track and surveil people like never before.

People’s movements are now being monitored under the guise of identifying potentially infected individuals who might be spreading the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) to others. And once these systems are fully in place, Snowden says, they’re never going away.

In communist China, the government has actually set up a fancy facial recognition system that it’s using to keep an eye on people as they go about their everyday lives. And it doesn’t even matter if they’re wearing a standard face mask, as the technology can still see through it – and the virus was the catalyst that made it all happen.

Similar tracking systems are being put in place here in the United States as well, and will be run by the new 5G wireless systems that are being installed all across the country. This is why 5G exists, after all: to keep an all-seeing eye on you at all times, forever.

Same CDC saying face masks aren’t necessary warns one in four cases could be asymptomatic

What’s interesting about the CDC’s nonchalant attitude towards the use of face masks is that the agency continues to warn that the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) is behaving in ways that suggest we actually should be wearing masks.

The other day, for instance, the CDC made an announcement about how as many as 25 percent of people who contract the coronavirus (COVID-19) may not show symptoms, which means they don’t know they’re sick and could still be spreading it to others.

This discovery is what many believed would be the trigger point for the CDC to change its facemask guidelines and urge people to take more aggressive action to protect themselves and others from transmission. Instead, the CDC is saying not to worry, and to keep on going about your life as you normally would, other than to not gather in large groups.

“The CDC and the WHO are extensions of the pharmaceutical / death and misery cult called health care, along with the FDA,” wrote another Zero Hedge commenter.

“The ‘health care’ system is the number one cause of death and misery in the U.S. It’s all about money and control … I know, it’s a shocker.”

To keep up with the latest Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) news, visit Pandemic.news.

Sources for this article include:

ZeroHedge.com

NPR.org

NaturalNews.com


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