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Despite the very clear reality regarding vaccine hesitancy, (and the legal limbo that the Biden administration is already in on the subject), medical authorities are continuing to push the idea of new vaccine mandates that could extend further into the private lives of Americans.
The Biden administration has previously mandated that all federal workers be vaccinated against COVID-19, along with the employees of any company with more than 100 people on the workforce, but this declaration has been stymied by the courts, with one judge going so far as to drop a restraining order against it.
But now, despite this clear loss for the White House, Dr. Anthony Fauci is suggesting that another, new mandate be initiated.
In an appearance on ABC News’s “This Week,” co-anchor Jonathan Karl asked Fauci if he agreed with President Biden who said in a recent interview that his team said vaccine mandates for domestic air travel “isn’t necessary at this time.”
Fauci told Karl, “Well, it depends on what you want to use it for. I mean, vaccine requirements for people coming in from other countries is to prevent newly infected people from getting in to the country.”
“A vaccine requirement for a person getting on the plane is just another level of getting people to have a mechanism that would spur them to get vaccinated. Namely, you can’t get on a plane unless you’re vaccinated, which is just another one of the ways of getting requirements, whatever that might be,” he added.
And then, doubling down:
Fauci emphasized that “anything that could get people more vaccinated would be welcome.”
The suggestion may not sit well with airlines, however, who are already experiencing a wild uptick in passenger violence that is stemming mainly from confrontations about mask mandates on flights.
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