The CDC Misled the US by Implying that there Is a 10% Risk of COVID Transmission Outdoors. Instead, It Is Close to Zero

The CDC claimed that the risk of transmitting Covid outdoors was less than 10% if wearing mask, but the New York Times discovered that the agency’s number was grossly exaggerated, and is likely less than .01%. The CDC used data from a study from Singapore that combined indoor with outdoor construction sites.