Fauci Makes Bold Statement on Fox News

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Dr. Anthony Fauci appeared on “Fox News Sunday” for the first time in several months to chat for 10 minutes with Chris Wallace.

The nation’s leading infectious disease doctor is encouraged by the downward trend of coronavirus hospitalizations and deaths across the country, and thus suggests vaccinated individuals could have a normal holiday season, so long as they’re with others who have received the shot.

But asked about those not yet vaccinated, he urged that they still continue to avoid gatherings and wear a mask. Fauci did not mention natural immunity, antibodies, or various successful therapeutics.

“I’m not comfortable with telling people what they should do under normal circumstances, but we are not in normal circumstances right now,” Fauci argued. “So, I think if we can get people to just think about the implications of not getting vaccinated when you’re in a position where you  have a responsible job and you want to protect yourself because you’re  needed at your job, whether you’re a police officer or a pilot or any other of those kinds of occupations.”

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