In predictable fashion, Dr. Anthony Fauci is again making the media rounds promulgating the COVID talking points that have been recited innumerable times in recent months – namely only keeping children around those who’ve been jabbed and hyping up more boost shots.
During a January 23rd appearance on “This Week”, co-anchor Martha Raddatz asked Fauci about masked mandates in schools being removed and whether kids were “safe” in such an environment.
“There are some schools who are removing the mask mandate and leaving that up to parents. Are those kids safe? Is it safe to send your kids back to school without masks?”
Fauci responded with all the expected talking points – suggesting people “surround” their kids with only jabbed individuals and then went on to cite things like masks, ventilation in schools, and the ilk.
“Well, Martha, as we know, the CDC strongly recommends that when you’re in a situation in the school we want to get the children back to school. And the way you do that, you do it by multiple things that you do. You surround the children with people who are vaccinated.
For the children who are eligible to be vaccinated get them vaccinated and providing the school masks where you can have children protected, as well as ventilation to make sure that you can get a respiratory infection at its lowest level of infectivity. All of those things go together, and masking is a part of that.”
During the same interview, Raddatz brought up the topic of COVID booster shots, mentioning how Fauci has previously claimed “how effective especially the boosters are” and wanted insight on the next potential booster.
“What about the next booster shot? For a substantial part of the population, they’re now moving into the fifth month of their booster. So does it lose its effectiveness and how soon should they get another one if that’s your advice?”
In turn, Fauci proclaimed that “we don’t know because we don’t know the durability of protection from the third shot boost of an mRNA and the second shot boost of a J&J,” additionally acknowledging that even the boosted will continue to “see breakthrough infections” regardless but boasted how those breakthrough infections are typically “mild or even asymptomatic.”
Nonetheless, Fauci said he couldn’t rule out the possibility of more boosters coming down the line.
“We may need to boost again. That’s entirely conceivable, but before we make that decision about yet again another boost, we want to determine clearly what the durability of protection is of that regular boost, that third shot that we’re talking about.”
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