Fauci: It’s Too Early to Tell if Americans Will be Able to Come Together for Christmas

Administration of Joe Biden Because of the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus pandemic, COVID-19 adviser Dr. Anthony Fauci remarked on Oct. 3 that it’s unclear if Americans should hold Christmas celebrations.

During a CBS News interview, Fauci was asked if Americans will be able to assemble for Christmas, and he said it’s “too soon to say.”

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“We need to focus on getting those numbers down, not on jumping forward by weeks or months and saying what we’re going to do at a specific time,” he said. “Let’s keep focusing like a laser on getting those cases down. We can do that by having people get vaccinated. Boosters should also be used in situations when they are suitable to get individuals boosted.

Around media interviews throughout the epidemic, Fauci has been chastised for his pessimistic pandemic predictions, such as suggesting that COVID-19 infections will surge during Christmas parties. Due to a holiday COVID-19 wave, Fauci warned that the US might have to put stay-at-home and social distancing orders in place before Christmas 2020. Fauci had previously stated that family gatherings on Thanksgiving 2020 would endanger others.

COVID-19 cases declined by roughly 20% between September 21 and September 28, according to new statistics from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

According to a recent poll conducted by The Associated Press and the NORC Center for Public Affairs Research, one in four Americans aged 50 and older have felt socially isolated at least once in the past year, and one in four have claimed that their relationships and social lives have gotten worse.

According to the poll, “visiting with friends and relatives in person, volunteering, attending religious events, and interacting with neighbors have all decreased.”

Dr. Scott Gottlieb, who led the FDA from 2017 to 2019 and now serves on the board of Pfizer, told CNN on Sept. 27 that the Delta variety could be the final big outbreak of COVID-19 infection in the United States. Some specialists had expressed concern that the so-called Mu variety could spread to the United States, but new data from Outbreak.info reveals that no instances of the strain have been documented in the last seven days.

“At least here in the United States, we’re going to start transitioning from the pandemic phase of this virus to a more endemic phase when the coronavirus becomes a constant threat,” Gottlieb said. “However, you’re not seeing the same levels of infection.”

COVID-19 instances will reduce “to a level that feels more manageable” by Thanksgiving, according to Gottlieb, citing recent statistics showing a decrease in cases.

Following his comments regarding Christmas on Oct. 3, Fauci was chastised by a number of media analysts on Twitter, where his name was trending for many hours.

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