Tucker Carlson Asks Dr. Fauci For The Truth About The Vaccines And Masks
Ever since this pandemic started we have been told by the CDC to wear masks in order to stop the spread of COVID. But now that the vaccine is rolling out you'd think it'd finally time to hang up your mask, especially after you get vaccinated. But Dr. Fauci is saying otherwise. FOX's Carlson wants to know why people who get the vaccine are being treated as if they didn't? Fauci was asked about the virus.
"If this stuff works why can't you live like it works? Why are you wearing a mask?" A Rep asked. "Well, what's the answer, Dr. Fauci?"
"What we don't know right now, but we will know as we gather more information, that you can get infected even though you've been vaccinated, and because you are vaccinated have no symptoms. and therefore you could have the virus in your nasopharynx and you could then transmit it inadvertently to someone else." Dr, Fauci replied.
Tucker later commented about it and how we may need COVID vaccines every year.
"So does the vaccine, and there are a couple of them, but do they work or don't they work? It is okay, you can tell us. Well, the CEO of Pfizer came out and seemed to suggest today that actually, the dose that Pfizer is administering doesn't work. The CEO of Pfizer now said two doses probably aren't enough. He said it is "Likely that people will need a third dose" of his company's coronavirus vaccine within 12 months of getting fully vaccinated. I guess it is nice to know that now. We didn't know that yesterday. When Chelsea Clinton was trying to pull us off the air for asking questions that he partly answered. Thank you, CEO of Pfizer, glad to know. The CEO of Pfizer added it is possible people need to get vaccinated against coronavirus every year. Well, that is good to know, too.
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Carlson has a point. According to the current head of the CDC, once you get the vaccine you don't need a mask, whereas Fauci is claiming we should keep wearing masks because there is not enough data. These doctors need to be more consistent, as we need to know in order to make informed decisions on mask-wearing.