covid-19 CThe U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said that a medically inaccurate draft its guidelines which censored reference to the internationally recognized fact that the coronavirus can spread from airborne transmission over a distance greater than six feet and also from exposure to tiny droplets and particles known as aerosols that can remain in the air for up to several hours for apparently crass political reasons had been updated to reflect actual medical fact. The agency had previously reported the medical fact in synch with the rest of the worlds’ doctors but removed all references to aerosol transmission of COVID-19 last month as Donald Trump held several super-spreader political events where aerosol transmission of COVID-19 was enhanced by the Trump team’s refusal to implement safety measures to protect Trump followers from possible exposure to the disease.