No. They ignorred a lot of the data. They was a high level guy at the CDC, that would go into the executive (Faucci et al) meetings thinking they where going to talk science, and no one had the numbers.it's called a situation changing. it's the way things are suppposed to work. as new info and data comes in the policy changes. wow you are thick. i was going to go to a baseball game one time and it rained so I didn't go. I was able to change my policy as info changed. this is good news, and should be welcomed as such.
There was NEVER science that indicated outdoors was an issue, or that schools were an issue. I have a daughter in school. They weren't out as long as most, and it put them behind a full year.