(Big League Politics) – Dr. Anthony Fauci has said that Americans might have to receive shots for COVID-19 every year indefinitely to protect against infection, but insists that holiday travel is still safe, the Daily Mail reported.
Fauci said it was too early to tell whether an annual ‘booster’ will be needed and consequently forced as new variants emerge, as he spoke with CNN‘s Anderson Cooper during a town hall Wednesday evening.
The disgraced director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases said it was too early to tell whether annual ‘boosters’ will be needed as expected viral mutations of the Covid-19 virus continue, speaking with CNN‘s Anderson Cooper during a town hall Wednesday evening.
“Anderson, to be honest with you, we don’t know. We really don’t. You could say we might have this or we might require this, but we don’t know,” Fauci said.
“It may be we get a durability of immunity. Or maybe not, and if it is not, we’ll have to deal with it depending upon how the outbreak and the global pandemic evolves,” he said.
“So the honest answer is we don’t know what’s going to be required,” he added. “I hope we get a durability protection from the boost that we won’t have to be chasing all the time against the new variant. But that just remains to be seen.”
Fauci continued to further sew further doubt on his already crumbling reputation, ridiculously suggesting that those who have taken a full set of Covid-19 shots, including a third booster shot, should continue to wear masks in ‘indoor congregate settings.’
The position of Dr. Anthony Fauci on suggesting that Covid-19 shots could be taken and likely forced in perpetuity conveniently appears to fall right in line with that of Pfizer CEO Robert Albert Bourla, who suggested something similar in September.
“The most likely scenario for me, it is because the virus has spread all over the world, that we will continue seeing new variants that are coming out, and also we will have vaccines that will last at least a year,” Bourla said.
“I think the most likely scenario is annual revaccinations, but we need to wait and see the data.”