We sort through the controversy caused by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention having updated, then removed, a warning about the airborne spread of COVID-19.
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Front Burner20:57Is COVID-19 airborne? The CDC said yes, then no
This weekend, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention sparked a major controversy after updating, then removing, a warning about the airborne spread of COVID-19. Today, CBC News senior health writer Adam Miller joins us to explain why this has reignited questions about just how easily COVID-19 travels through the air and whether the CDC is being influenced by the president's political goals.