Excuse Me, WHAT Kind of Detention “Camps” (aka “Green Zones”)?

Guest feature.

NOTE the date of publication beneath the title of the guest feature below (from the Center for Disease Control) revealing a LOT of careful planning with global input (see bibliography) all accomplished, we are to believe, in a VERY short period of time last year from the onset of COVID-19.

NOTE evidence of extensively thought-through, cleverly word-smithed, subtly threatening, allusion-rich if you know your real history (think certain “camps” during one particular war in the last century)–and on its face frightening, if you take the time to think about it.

(Emphasis added.)

Interim Operational Considerations for Implementing the Shielding Approach to Prevent COVID-19 Infections in Humanitarian Settings

Updated July 26, 2020

This document presents considerations from the perspective of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) for implementing the shielding approach in humanitarian settings as outlined in guidance documents focused on camps, displaced populations and low-resource settings.1,2  This approach has never been documented and has raised questions and concerns among humanitarian partners who support response activities in these settings. The purpose of this document is to highlight potential implementation challenges of the shielding approach from CDC’s perspective and guide thinking around implementation in the absence of empirical data. Considerations are based on current evidence known about the transmission and severity of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) and may need to be revised as more information becomes available. Please check the CDC website periodically for updates. continue reading (at your mental and emotional risk)…



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