New CDC Guidelines Require 6′ Distancing From Computers

This week, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced new guidelines on computer usage for children, teens, and adults. A distance of six feet is now required from a computer to protect oneself and others.

These guidelines come in the wake of breakthrough, long-known, scientific data: 15 minutes of computer exposure within 24 hours causes harmful radiation, damaging blue light, and toxic propaganda.

In addition to distancing, the CDC strongly advises tight-fitting goggles and snug radiation vests to be worn when occupying any space containing a computer, whether powered on or off. These mandates are effective for ten days following exposure; while around others, near an animal, or alone on the toilet. 

A 10-day outdoor quarantine with no access to computers or the MSM must accompany these safety protocols.

For more information on the CDC and radiation visit: https://www.cdc.gov/nceh/radiation/default.htm


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