According to Dr. Anthony Fauci, Americans should not eat in restaurants or go to the movies, even with a vaccine. He also stated that people should still wear a mask even if they get the coronavirus vaccine.
“There are things, even if you’re vaccinated, that you’re not going to be able to do in society: for example, indoor dining, theaters, places where people congregate,” he said Tuesday. “That’s because of the safety of society.”
So what is the point of even getting the vaccine?
He said even vaccinated people could “conceivably be infected” by the virus and have it in their nasopharynx, which is why he recommended that vaccinated Americans continue to wear masks.
“[W]e hope that when the data comes in, it’s going to show that the virus level is quite low and you’re not transmitting it, we don’t know that now,” Fauci said.
Farci responded to a question from Chris Megerian at the Los Angeles Times during a press briefing. Megerian expressed concern the public messaging was underselling the vaccine, making Americans less enthusiastic about getting it.
CDC director Dr. Rochelle P. Walensky said some guidance for individual behavior would change but the community restrictions would remain.
Acting administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Andy Slavitt said Americans should be interested in taking the vaccine because “they want to live.”
“They don’t want to be sick and they don’t want to die,” he said. “And that is a very important benefit that people don’t often talk about quite as much but that the public, we believe, clearly understands.”
Sorry, but 99 percent of Americans did not die from the coronavirus. Therefore making a statement like “they don’t want to die” as an argument for the vaccine is pretty invalid.
Only one percent of the population died from Covid. ONE PERCENT. Even that number is skewed because many death certificates named Covid although the person died from other complications.
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