China News Service, September 19. According to a report by Singapore’s Lianhe Zaobao on the 19th, US media disclosed that the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines for new crown testing were not written by the agency, and the guidelines were met by the CDC before it came out. Scientists object.

  According to reports, the US CDC quietly revised its new crown testing guidelines on August 24, 2020, to exclude asymptomatic people from testing.

The new version of the testing guidelines is completely contrary to the CDC's previous recommendation that all people who are in close contact with the patient be tested.

The reversal of the guidelines shocked the American medical community and triggered allegations of political interference.

On September 5, local time, a citizen of San Francisco, California, USA passed by the door of a closed store.

Local media in San Francisco cited information from the American review website that since the outbreak of the new crown pneumonia, more than 2,000 companies in the Bay Area have been permanently closed.

Photo by China News Agency reporter Liu Guanguan

  The New York Times on Thursday (17th) cited internal documents and reports from people familiar with the matter. The new version of the guidelines was rewritten in late August by the United States Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), which is part of the CDC, and has not been properly reviewed. Is "posted" to the CDC website.

  According to the report, in addition to many basic errors, the guide also made suggestions that were inconsistent with the CDC information.

According to reports, this is not the first time HHS and the White House have been accused of intervening in CDC reports.

U.S. Democratic lawmakers also announced on Monday (14th) that they will investigate the Trump administration's attempts to interfere with the CDC's new crown report.

  In addition, Trump has repeatedly attributed the high diagnosis rate of the new crown in the United States to testing, and even instructed officials to "reduce the speed of testing."

On September 5, local time, the Dolores Park in San Francisco, USA, painted hundreds of heart-shaped and circular patterns on the lawn to urge people who come for leisure and entertainment to maintain "social distance."

Photo by China News Agency reporter Liu Guanguan

  In response to the situation that the new crown testing guidance was published without proper review, US government officials said when inquired that the document was produced by the CDC, and CDC Director Redfield also gave suggestions for revision.

Redfield said in a statement in response to media inquiries: "The guidelines are coordinated with the White House Coronary Disease Task Force, and have absorbed the appropriate participation, consultation and advice of experts from the Task Force."

  The New York Times quoted a federal official as saying that the new version of the testing guidelines has not yet been approved by the CDC and is being revised by HHS officials.