Back in July, there was a new page added to the CDC website related to the alleged covid-19. Alleged, because no one has actually identified that the genetic material the are testing is the virus that makes people sick. They are testing for something, but no proof that what they are testing for is what makes people sick.
As you can see from the URL which they didn't change (otherwise people couldn't get access to the info from the same link as before), it used to be specifically about cloth masks.
The title on the current page used to be about cloth masks, and cloth masks were mentioned often on the page. Going back to the 1st of July in the wayback machine
https://web.archive.org/web/20200701025919/https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prevent-getting-sick/cloth-face-cover-guidance.html, you can see the title:
Considerations for Wearing Cloth Face Coverings
The word cloth is found 50 times on the site at that time. Yes, it was all about cloth masks being useful. But that changed. Within a month, cloth masks were removed from the page. The page was changed to remove cloth masks from the title, but the word was still there 1 time, as opposed to 50 times before.
And the one mention, is only in the references, not the actual content.
Konda A, Prakash A, Moss GA, Schmoldt M, Grant GD, Guha S. Aerosol Filtration Efficiency of Common Fabrics Used in Respiratory Cloth Masks. ACS Nano. 2020 Apr 24. PMID: 32329337external icon
The title now is:
Considerations for Wearing Masks
So they don't recommend cloth masks specifically anymore, something changed. But they won't talk about what changed. They still show cloth masks on the site:
There has been studies done in the past that demonstrate cloth masks are ineffective at stopping virus particles, or at stopping the spread of infection. The narrative about how covid-19 spreads is through particulates, not water droplets.
Everyone is being forced to wear masks to stop water droplets of asymptomatic people who are allegedly infected with some genetic material which hasn't been proven to be what makes people sick. Those who are infected and asymptomatic are not sick, possibly because they don't even have the virus that makes you sick. If they do, it's so minor in their body as to not make them sick, nor make them contagious to infect anyone else. They water droplets won't infect people.
Masks won't stop the spread of the alleged virus through particulates because they can't, the pores are too large. And they won't stop the virus from spreading from water droplets from asymptomatic people because those people aren't sick, nor able to spread the infection they don't have in over 99% of cases. Masks could only be useful for people who are sick and can spread the infection, whatever it may be.
Wearing a mask only protects if you are sick and contagious, not if you're asymptomatic. They are useless and only cause potential health problems from wearing them for no real legitimate reason.
Why did the CDC remove the mention of cloth masks? They must know how useless they are, the data is there. Rather than specifically mention cloth masks, they are covering their ass by just mentioned "masks" in general to be ambiguous and avoid responsibility for recommending cloth masks specifically. "Well, we didn't say you should wear cloth masks that don't work..."