The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has some explaining to do. Earlier today, it reported coronavirus could spread through the air. Soon thereafter, it took retracted that guidance.

According to the Boston Globe,

The warning was posted on a CDC web page as recently as Monday morning, prompting cheers from experts who believed it was high time for the agency to acknowledge that the virus can spread through aerosols, small particles that can linger longer in the air than larger droplets.

But by midday the CDC had returned to an earlier version of the web page.

A draft was inadvertently posted, the CDC claimed.


Strong arm tactics from the White House was behind this. Prove me wrong.