Have you wondered yet how the flu just happened to magically disappear? That’s not opinion. It is fact, apparently. In the words of Matthew McConaughey’s character from “Wolf of Wall Street,” the flu is fugazi (it’s a woozy, it’s a wazzy, it’s a…fairy dust).
If you still don’t believe that people are assigned covid, then you’re not paying attention. Here’s a quick example, for ya: This author knows a person who went to get tested, the place ended up taking too long so she had to leave early (without being tested) – and later received a notice that she tested positive.
Funny how that worked out, huh?
Anyway, here’s the latest from Fauci via NBC News:
The nation’s leading infectious disease expert, Dr. Anthony Fauci, said he would support a Covid-19 vaccine mandate for traveling on airplanes.
“I would support that if you want to get on a plane and travel with other people that you should be vaccinated,” he said in a clip of an interview with theSkimm’s podcast, which targets millennial women.
The U.S. Travel Association on Monday responded to Fauci’s comment, saying science and studies show that air travel is safe as long as face masks are worn.
“U.S. Travel has long maintained that there should be no mandatory vaccination requirement for domestic travel. Such a policy would have an unfair, negative impact on families with young children who are not yet eligible to get the vaccine,” Tori Emerson Barnes, the organization’s executive vice president of public affairs and policy, said in a statement.
NEW – Dr. Fauci: Proof of vaccination or negative test for domestic travel within the U.S. "is on the table for discussion."pic.twitter.com/iMfykbN5nj
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