Dr. Anthony Fauci is now suggesting that fully vaccinated, fully boosted people should not dine indoors at restaurants, go into gyms, or participate in indoor events in crowded spaces unless they’re sure everyone inside the facility is also fully vaccinated and boosted.
Why? Because fully vaccinated and boosted people are now getting COVID.
"You know, when you’re having such a — I call it a tsunami of infections, Dana, we are seeing people who are vaccinated and boosted who are getting breakthrough infections," Fauci told CNN's Dana Bash. "So when you’re in a situation where you have so many infections going out, the thing that you want to say is that, if you want to do things like that, better do them in a setting where you know the people around you are vaccinated and boosted.”
“That’s the reason why I’ve been saying when asked about the holiday season, the safest thing to do is to be in a home setting, friends, relatives who you know are vaccinated and boosted,” he continued. “If you want to go the extra step of safety, then get a quick antigen test, which will give you an extra degree of safety. What you want to avoid are places where you have 20, 30, 40, 50 people, many of whom you have no idea of whether or not they’re vaccinated or boosted. That’s more risky than the home setting.”
Fauci says vaccinated and boosted people can do things like go inside restaurants if they know the people around them are also vaccinated and boosted. pic.twitter.com/tGVPgLw7o3— The Post Millennial (@TPostMillennial) January 3, 2022
So, if you’re triple-vaxxed, you should only go into spaces with other triple-vaxxed people, to avoid a virus so contagious that even triple-vaxxed people are getting it.
Which means that even if you're triple-vaxxed, you could still get COVID - and spread it to other triple-vaxxed people.
If you can’t see how that’s some head-spinning, circular reasoning, I’m not sure what to tell you.