Our benevolent overlords at the CDC said Monday that fully vaccinated people can now gather with other fully vaccinated people indoors, but still need to mask up a socially distance when out and about in public.
Which doesn’t seem to make a whole lot of sense – until you recall open admissions by COVID fearmongers like Dr. Anthony Fauci, who’ve confessed to selectively doling out both information and lies in an effort to control public behavior.
Alas, the only reason to require fully vaccinated people to mask up when in public, while admitting they’re immune enough to meet with one another indoors, is to make sure that those of us unwashed masses who aren’t vaccinated don’t suddenly forgo our masks and start wandering around like free people, because who’d be able to tell the difference? And so the vaccinated must keep up the ruse that they're just as risky as the rest of us, because the blanket of fear can't be allowed to lift.
But don’t worry – the CDC is still here to tell us exactly what to do...
...and not to do.
“If you and a friend, or you and a family member are both vaccinated, you can have dinner together...without distancing,” CDC Director Rochelle Walensky said Monday when announcing the new updates. “You can visit your grandparents if you have been vaccinated and they have been, too.”
Oh, lucky us! But wait - there's more!
“If grandparents have been vaccinated, they can visit their daughter and her family, even if they have not been vaccinated, so long as the daughter and her family are not at risk for severe disease,” she continued.
However, even those who are fully vaccinated - meaning they've gotten both doses of either the Pfeizer or Moderna vaccines - should keep wearing masks and social distancing in public spaces, she said.
But given the number of unvaxxed people, the pandemic is still very “serious,” she said – so don’t go thinking about behaving like a normal, socially functional person who can make your own choices just yet.