Chief Medical Advisor of President Biden Dr. Fauci said: as more people get vaccinated, we should ease in indoor mask guidelines

On Sunday, Dr. Anthony S. Fauci claimed that as more American people get vaccinated against the coronavirus, there can be an ease in the indoor masking guidelines, just two days after the CDC emphasized the threat of airborne transmission.  

Dr. Fauci said that as vaccination climb, we should start being liberal regarding wearing masks indoors. However, he also observed that there are more than 43,000 cases reported daily. And we should have to get it much lower than that.

The CDC has now aware of people from the airborne droplets with the pieces of evidence and proofs that epidemiologists observed as the pandemic outspread last year.

On Sunday, Dr. Fauci commented this indoor ease masking in reply to a former head of the food and drug Administration, Dr. Scott Gottlieb, about relaxing in indoor masking guidelines, precisely when you know that most of the people are vaccinated.

George Stephanopoulos asked Dr. Fauci about the comments of dr. Scott Gottlieb and Dr. Fauci said they think so, and people will see this ease as more people will get vaccinated. Dr. Fauci added that we should start being more liberal as more people will get vaccinated.

Now more than 112 million people are entirely vaccinated in the US. And another 40 million people have got their first dose of the vaccine. But CDC, which issued guidelines about wearing masks, claims that even vaccinated people should wear masks in public spaces.

In and the Jeffery Zients Covid response Coordinator of Mr. Biden said, everyone is tired of wearing maks. But we are following it. And the light at the end of the dark tunnel is getting brighter and brighter. Let us follow the guidelines of CDC. Soon, the CDC will allow vaccinated people to feel at ease in the strictness of wearing masks.

Mr. Zients also recommended that instead of reaching herd immunity, the aim should be to immunize 70 percent of Americans. President Biden aimed that by July, at least 70% of people have their first dose of vaccine.

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