CDC Director Warns The Fall And Winter Will Be One Of The Most Difficult Times In US Public Health

Mediaite: CDC Director Warns Fall, Winter Will Likely Be ‘One of the Most Difficult Times We’ve Experienced in American Public Health’CDC director Robert Redfield said in a new interview Tuesday he’s concerned about the public health challenges the United States may be facing in the fall and winter.

In the interview with Howard Bauchner (editor-in-chief of the Journal of the American Medical Association), Redfield started out by emphasizing the importance of people wearing masks and repeating that if all Americans embraced masking more rigorously in the next few weeks they could get things more “under control.”

Redfield commended the president and vice president for wearing masks and said they can help set the example, as he talked about the social distancing guidelines and how mask-wearing shouldn’t be political.

He said it’s sad to see “some of these public health issues become politicized.”


WNU Editor: The CDC Director is also saying this …. COVID-19 could be controlled in 1-2 months if people wear masks: CDC Director Robert Redfield (ABC News). He also admitted (in the above video) that cases blew up in the South because people in the northern cities travelled to the south for vacations and other activities. This is not what the media narrative has been saying for the past few weeks.

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