CDC door-to-door antibody testing leaves many weary | News | cbs46

“Officials” reportedly had randomly selected houses and were drawing blood for antibodies while conducting a questionnaire!

ATLANTA, Ga. (CBS46) — Only CBS46 was there to capture homeowners in Fulton and DeKalb Counties as they were greeted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention officials surveying

“We’re working with the Georgia Department of Public Health and the DeKalb Department of Public Health to do a zero prevalence survey,” said a CDC official to a homeowner in Candler Park. “Around the community in DeKalb County to determine the community transmission for coronavirus.”

“…Jordan Baer was one of the first to be tested.

“I wouldn’t have opened the door, but I looked outside and saw some folks in PPE gear one of them had a clipboard with CDC visible,” said Jordan.

“If you had not read online what they were here for do you think you would have opened the door?” asked CBS46 reporter Jamie Kennedy.

“Probably not,” replied Jordan.

Many people online have criticized the survey saying people are meant to be sheltering-in-place and limiting contact with others, not going door-to-door….”

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