The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) cannot make up its mind about whether or not Americans should once again mask up in response to the new alleged monkeypox outbreak.
At first, the CDC jumped at the opportunity to push masks on Americans, many of whom never even stopped wearing masks from the last manufactured plandemic. Then, suddenly, the CDC reversed course after it was revealed that the recommendation was politically driven (like everything else at the CDC).
The monkeypox virus is supposedly spread primarily through skin-to-skin contact, which renders masks completely useless. Even if monkeypox was capable of spreading through “droplets,” as Tony Fauci infamously stated about the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19), masks would still be useless.
On June 6, the CDC updated its website around 1:00 p.m. with a recommendation that people slap a mask over their breathing holes in order to avoid monkeypox infection, which the CDC was calling a “level two” threat. Roughly 24 hours later, however, the mask recommendation was dropped from the CDC website.