The Americans would once again be robbed of a family gathering as Dr. Anthony Fauci’s eyes restrictions on Christmas.
Dr. Anthony Fauci, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Director, told USA Today on Christmastime’s probable situation.
The doctor said that if the surge continues to go up and sustains more than 100,000 infections per day and 1,300 deaths a day, and the numbers keep increasing, “I don’t see it being any different during the Christmas and New Year’s holidays than during Thanksgiving.”
The New York Post also reported that Fauci announced the nation won’t be able to celebrate the end of the pandemic yet until after the yuletide season, even with the ongoing vaccine mass distribution.
“For my own family, I’m saying we had a really great Thanksgiving and Christmas last year. We’re looking forward to a really great Thanksgiving and Christmas in 2021,” told Fauci to the outlet.
Fauci may be projecting the old ways to be back by 2021, yet he is notorious in his “15 days to flatten the curve” lockdowns projection that is about to reach nine months in some states.
Just days later when the doctor also said that Santa Claus is immune to the coronavirus.
Fauci first dropped the idea of canceling Christmas about two weeks ago on a Sunday interview with CNN chief correspondent Jake Tapper.
When asked by Tapper, when could the Americans safely gather for large family gatherings, Fauci’s safe answer is to “get people to take the vaccine.”
The doctor projects that most of the population would get vaccinated by the 2nd or 3rd quarter of 2021. Only by then would we “start approaching the degree” of going back to normal. Fauci adds that it would be a “gradual accrual of more normality as the weeks and the months go by, as we get well into the next year.”
Fauci’s words only fueled the Democrat governors who have been imposing several restrictions yet, are the foremost violators.