The Flight Attendants Association is criticizing the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s new isolation guidelines for those who test positive for Covid-19.
The CDC gave a medical explanation as to why the agency has decided to reduce the quarantine requirements from 10 to five days, but the fact that it aligns with the number of days pushed by American companies is less than reassuring,” says the association in a statement. We cannot allow pandemic fatigue to lead to decisions that prolong the life of the pandemic or put policies on the backs of workers. Already the lack of paid sick leave creates pressure on workers to come to work sick.
Corporations who do not recognize this with paid sick leave, or pressure from workers to come to work sick or face discipline, is failing their workers and clients, “the statement continues. Earlier Monday, the CDC cut the recommended times people should isolate when they test positive for Covid-19 from 10 days to five days if they have no symptoms, and if they wear a mask around other people for at least five days. plus. Boise State Athletics announced Monday that it has closed all soccer team activities due to Covid-19 protocols.
As a result, the Broncos will not compete against the Central Michigan Chippewas in the Arizona Bowl scheduled for Friday in Tucson Boise State’s decision was made in consultation with its medical staff, as well as campus and public health officials. We feel sorry for the youth in our program who were eager to close their season, and for some, their soccer careers,” Boise State Athletic Director Jeramiah Dickey said in a statement. Personally, I would like to thank Kym Adair and his team at the Arizona Bowl for putting together a top-notch student-athlete
Experience that we are extremely disappointed to lose,” she added. I think it was a very prudent experience and a good choice on the part of the CDC, that we spent a considerable amount of time discussing, that is, getting people back in half the time they would have been away, so they can go back to the workplace, doing things that are important to keep society running smoothly, Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, told CNN’s Jim Acosta.