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  1. On June 20, 2020, Alexander sent a message to CDC Director Redfield, criticizing a CDC report about risks to pregnant women from COVID-19. Alexander said that the report, whose limitations the CDC had acknowledged, would "frighten women" and give the impression that "the President and his administration can't fix this and it is getting worse".

  2. Jul 07, 2020 · CDC director Robert Redfield refused to administer COVID-19 tests to returning Americans. On March 2, travel restrictions were implemented on foreign nationals who had been in Iran within the previous two weeks. An exemption was made for immediate family members of U.S. citizens and permanent residents. This measure was announced on February 29.

  3. An anti-lockdown protester wearing a face mask at the Ohio Statehouse in April 2020 Starting in late May, large-scale protests against police brutality in at least two hundred U.S. cities in response to the murder of George Floyd raised concerns of a resurgence of the virus due to the close proximity of protesters. [157]

  4. CDC director Robert R. Redfield is quoted in the article as saying that this new statement is not meant to replace the earlier school reopening guidance, but “to really help put some more granular detail in how administrators and parents can begin to think about putting those guidelines into a practical plan.”

  5. On Friday, March 26, 2022, Former CDC Director Robert Redfield told CNN that he believes the coronavirus "escaped" from the Wuhan Institute of Virology, and that it was spreading as early as September or October of 2019 — though he stressed that it was his "opinion", echoing some experts and investigative journalists in noting that such ...

  6. Mar 28, 2020 · Currently numbers are low in the West and South and rapidly increasing in the Midwest. The chart to the left shows Maine’s new case rate. Even once fully vaccinated, you should still take steps to protect yourself and others in many situations by wearing a mask and staying at least 6 feet apart, and avoiding crowds and poorly ventilated ...

  7. March 26: Dr. Fauci publishes an editorial in the New England Journal of Medicine (with senior NIAID official H. Clifford Lane and CDC director Robert Redfield), stating that “the overall clinical consequences of Covid-19 may ultimately be more akin to those of a severe seasonal influenza,” with a case fatality rate of perhaps 0.1%.