Breaking: removes language from guidelines, just posted Friday, acknowledging the coronavirus can spread via tiny particles in the air, reports. CDC says it accidentally posted a draft of proposed changes.
The CDC pulled new guidelines saying the coronavirus can be spread by tiny particles that linger in the air, saying its draft language was posted in error
The CDC pulled new guidelines acknowledging the coronavirus could be transmitted by tiny particles that linger in the air, saying a draft version of proposed changes was posted in error on the agency’s website
The CDC revised its guidelines on how the new coronavirus spreads, acknowledging tiny air particles can play a role via
US Removes Guidelines Saying #coronavirus Can Spread From Tiny Air Particles: Health agency removed the language, which had gone up on its website, saying it had posted a draft version of proposed changes in error via
Never Mind: The #CDC pulls new guidelines acknowledging the coronavirus could be transmitted by tiny particles that linger in the air, says a draft version of proposed changes was posted in error on website. Which #CDC is speaking? via
The CDC pulled new guidelines acknowledging the coronavirus could be transmitted by tiny particles that linger in the air, saying a draft version of proposed changes was posted in error on the agency’s website via