Nearly a year and a half after the launch of “fifteen days to slow the spread,” Dr. Anthony Fauci is still making the case for further restrictions on our lives.
During his latest MSNBC appearance he came out in support of a vaccine mandate for teachers. “I’m going to upset some people on this, but I think we should,” Fauci said in response to a question about requiring teachers to be vaccinated.
“I’m sorry, I mean I know people must like to have their individual freedom and not be told to do something, but I think we’re in such a serious situation now that, under certain circumstances, mandates should be done,” he said when elaborating.
According to a CDC press release from April, 80% of teachers, school staff, and childcare workers had already received at least one vaccine dose by the end of March (and the percent has undoubtedly increased since then), which is a larger percent than the 70-75% threshold Fauci previously said is needed for herd immunity.
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