CDC Backtracks, Says COVID-19 “Does NOT Spread Easily” On Surfaces or Objects

CDC Backtracks, Says COVID-19 “Does NOT Spread Easily” On Surfaces or Objects


If you’re still obsessively wiping down your counters, doorknobs, and other frequently touched surfaces on a daily basis, we have some good news.

The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has just revealed that new data suggests COVID-19 “does not spread easily” from “touching surfaces or objects.”

Of course, people should still take precaution as they see fit. Healthy hygiene is still encouraged. 

But fortunately, the virus does not spread easily on objects or surfaces, the CDC claims.

This means that the primary concern would be human-to-human transmission. 

More details on this reversal of advice below:

False alarm guys…all good, hope this didn’t cause any confusion https://t.co/8X68LtTlsY

— Jefferey Jaxen (@JeffereyJaxen) May 20, 2020

Dr. @KL_Pham reacts to new CDC guidance on coronavirus surface transmission:

“If it’s not transmitted by touch, that will significantly reduce the possibility of transmission… but just because it’s less likely doesn’t mean it’s not going to happen” pic.twitter.com/H7NYcueQ8G

— Washington Journal

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