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MIT Study Finds that We are ‘No Safer at 60 Feet than at Six Feet’

A major study from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology found that all this mythic social distancing does absolutely nothing whatever.

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A major study from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology found that all this mythic social distancing does absolutely nothing whatever to keep us safe from the coronavirus.

Since the fools running the CDC first bean making their baseless proclamations about the virus, we have been told that standing six feet away from other people — what they have called “social distancing” — will save us all from getting the coronavirus.

This claim has always been absurd. But, for some unfathomable reason, millions of people fell for this line of nonsense. And now MIT has blown the claim out of the water.

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MIT chemical engineering Prof. Martin Bazant and applied mathematics Prof. John Bush, found proof that “characterize[s] the evolution of the concentration of pathogen-laden droplets in a well-mixed room, and the associated risk of infection to its occupants.”

The study notes that the respiratory droplets posited to be the primary transmitters of COVID-19 come in numerous sizes from large to small. “In the presence of a quiescent ambient, [smaller droplets] settle to the floor; however, in the well-mixed ambient more typical of a ventilated space, sufficiently small drops may be suspended by the ambient airflow and mixed throughout the room until being removed by the ventilation outflow or inhaled.”

According to models of “closed, well-mixed” spaces, the authors claim, pathogens are “distributed uniformly throughout” the local environment. “In such well-mixed spaces, one is no safer from airborne pathogens at 60 ft than 6 ft,” the study states.

Reached for comment, Bush told Just the News that their study indicates “that one cannot make sweeping statements about reopening.”

“Each space must be assessed on a case by case basis,” he said. “Our study provides a rational means of making such an assessment. Most importantly, it indicates that one must limit the time spent in a given indoor space, to an extent determined by the relevant physical parameters.”

The authors of the study added that six feet or 60 feet, doesn’t matter.

Unfortunately, the study then veers off the track by claiming that masks work. This claim does not comport with any other study. In fact, a recent study by researchers at Stanford found that masks don’t really help prevent COVID transmission at all.

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Free At Last: CDC Updates Mask Recommendations for Fully Vaccinated

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The moment that many of us have been waiting for has seemingly arrived, as the CDC has now updated their COVID-19 mask guidelines to reflect the state of affairs here in the United States. After 14 months of worry and wonder, the nation’s top health officials are now suggesting that fully-vaccinated individuals can shed their protective face coverings, should they choose to do so. People fully vaccinated against Covid-19 do not need to wear masks or practice social distancing indoors or outdoors, except under certain circumstances, the director of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced Thursday. “If you are fully vaccinated, you can start doing the things that you had stopped doing because of the pandemic,” Dr. Rochelle Walensky said during a White House Covid-19 briefing. “We have all longed for this moment when we can get back to some sense of normalcy.” Calling it an “exciting and powerful moment,” Walensky said the science supports the updated CDC guidance that “anyone who is fully vaccinated can participate in indoor and outdoor activities — large or small — without wearing a mask or physical distancing.” The decision followed the science, with the CDC using an amalgamation of studies from both the US and Israel to come to their conclusion. And while the mask mandate will certainly change the way many of us interact at the grocery store or inside of a restaurant, the CDC has not lifted their mandates for travelers, who are often packed into airplanes or busses with recirculating air and no way of knowing who is at-risk and who is not.

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Minnesota ‘Sovereign Citizen’ Films Himself Stealing Vaccines from Health Workers

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America is on a path to a grand economic recovery in 2021, with much of the success of this move hinging on whether or not we can convince enough folks to get vaccinated so that herd immunity is declared. Of course, as with anything in the land of the free, there are plenty of us who just aren’t going to go along with the program.  That’s the beauty of liberty:  You are your own unique individual, and you have the inalienable right to live your life however you wish, just so long as you don’t make a victim of someone else in the process. And so our health professionals are now encumbered with the issue of vaccine hesitancy, as more and more Americans find themselves concerned over the speed at which these vaccines were developed. Some have even taken their concern over these inoculations to the extreme, as evidenced by the latest news out of Minnesota. A 32-year-old St. Paul man has posted multiple Facebook videos of himself stealing Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccines by pretending he wants to get vaccinated and walking out with the vials. Thomas E. Humphrey said on the videos he’s a member of the sovereign citizen movement, which is an anti-government extremist group that believes they are sovereign from the U.S. He also said on a video that he lost his business and home last year due to pandemic restrictions, and now lives in a van with his dog. He says on another video he has been diagnosed with bipolar disorder, but disagreed with the diagnosis. Humphrey posted videos of himself walking into an Allina Health vaccination site in Oakdale and leaving with a vial of Pfizer vaccine, calling it poison. The following day, he posted a video of himself taking a vial of Johnson &…

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