CDC Guidelines And Recommendations Are Not Mandatory!

By Dr. John Reizer

Contrary to popular belief, CDC guidelines and recommendations are not mandatory. They are not the law, and they do not have to be followed by individuals, companies, or any other entities in the United States. This would also include schools, colleges, and universities.

The CDC loves to throw out all sorts of guidelines. For example, they recommend that children and adults receive a plethora of vaccines each year. Is it mandatory that children and adults follow these recommendations? No!

The CDC recommends that people remain six feet apart from one another to prevent the spread of Covid-19. Is it mandatory that people follow the guideline? No!

Society voluntarily follows the suggestions of the CDC (a drugstore for big pharma) while mistakenly believing that the recommendations are the law.

Unless an executive order has officially been delivered that makes a Center for Disease Control (“CDC”) guideline mandatory, any CDC guidelines regarding COVID-19 are not binding. No CDC guidelines are binding.

2.3. CDC Guidelines and Policies

Guidelines, unlike some types of policies, are not mandatory. In health care and public health,
guidelines are not meant to enforce but rather to recommend programs or practices based on the best evidence available.”

American businesses follow suit as well. Companies often incorrectly believe that because the CDC recommends something, they must implement the suggestions into their business policies. They do not have to follow the guidelines.

The CDC guidelines and recommendations everybody in the nation thinks they must follow or risk serious legal consequences are not binding and certainly not part of the law.

6 thoughts on “CDC Guidelines And Recommendations Are Not Mandatory!

  1. ic050712 June 1, 2020 / 8:03 pm

    yup, most people unfortunately don’t think, they just do what they’re told by mainstream america. i was just mulling this over a few days ago. nothing makes sense and none of this BS mask wearing or social distancing does a frigging thing. sometimes all we can do brother is state the obvious, share what we know, and hope the masses pick up on it. you’re doing a great job, keep it up.

    • NoFakeNews June 1, 2020 / 10:09 pm

      Thank you! I appreciate your feedback.

      Dr. Reizer

  2. Kenneth T. June 1, 2020 / 11:07 pm

    Sadly – “they” are NOW requiring masks (of any type /sort) to be worn by everyone where I work.
    It doesn’t matter the type – so long as the nose and mouth are covered.

    • NoFakeNews June 1, 2020 / 11:18 pm

      It is sad. Once a company creates a policy for it’s employees and customers based on the CDC recommendations, there is not much the employees can do. It’s the company’s choice to follow or not follow the advice. Employees must do what their employers require. Customers, on the other hand, can boycott the business or store.

      • Kenneth T. June 1, 2020 / 11:25 pm

        I work in the chemical industry so we don’t deal with the general public.
        I feel “this” whole wearing of the mask at work now, is because of the “die-hard” mask wearers. It’s easier for the upper management (company officers) to require mask wearing for everyone to fall in line with cdc guidelines, instead of having a half/half compliance.

      • NoFakeNews June 1, 2020 / 11:28 pm

        Yes, you are probably right. It must be very frustrating.

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