CDC Makes Shocking Statement About COVID-19 in the US
The CDC just made a shocking statement in regards to the coronavirus and the timeline that we’ve been seeing for the past year now.
A new study shows testing found COVID-19 infections in the U.S. in mid-December 2019. The study, which was published Monday, identified 106 infections from 7,389 blood samples collected from donors in nine U.S. states between Dec. 13 and Jan. 17. The samples, collected by the American Red Cross, were sent to the CDC for testing, which showed antibodies in 39 samples from California, Oregon, and Washington state collected between Dec. 13-16.
“The findings of this report suggest that SARS-CoV-2 infections may have been present in the U.S. in December 2019, earlier than previously recognized,” the paper said.
The Wall Street Journal, which first reported the news, wrote: “The findings significantly strengthen evidence suggesting the virus was spreading around the world well before public health authorities and researchers became aware, upending initial thinking about how early and quickly it emerged.”
This would explain how even though the country went on a complete lockdown that this virus was able to spread so much. It’s because it was already here. So while we could shut out the entire world for a while and isolate our people, the virus was already here and already spreading before we even knew it.
I’ll tell you a few things that are strange though, long before this information came out from the CDC, I suspected that the virus was here before that. I was thinking November or December as well.
I know multiple people who were sick with flu-like symptoms at the end of 2019 who were tested for the flu, but tested negative for it. It blew my mind that it wasn’t the flu, they said it was just some sort of virus. I’d bet money that it was COVID.
There was also another incident in my hometown where there was some sort of mystery flu that killed one or two people unexpectedly and we were all very confused by it.