Sumary of Fauci says fully vaccinated people ‘might want to consider’ wearing a mask indoors as a precaution against the Delta variant:
- Fully vaccinated Americans may “want to consider” masks indoors, Dr. Anthony Fauci said.
- ” More fully vaccinated Americans are getting COVID-19, albeit with milder, or no, symptoms.
- Dr. Anthony Fauci, the US’s top infectious-disease expert, said fully vaccinated people might “want to consider” wearing masks indoors to help protect against the Delta coronavirus variant, which is spreading fast across the country.
- Fauci, who is President Joe Biden’s chief medical advisor, told CNBC on Wednesday that “if you want to go the extra mile of safety even though you’re vaccinated when you’re indoors, particularly in crowded places, you might want to consider wearing a mask.
- As it spreads in the US, more fully vaccinated Americans are catching COVID-19 – albeit with milder, or no, symptoms.
- ” The Centers for Disease for Disease Control and Prevention recommends that fully vaccinated people don’t need to wear masks, except in certain situations, for example during flights.
- Dr. Jerome Adams, the former surgeon general, said Sunday that “the emerging data suggests CDC should be advising to vax it and mask it.
- ” The World Health Organization on June 26 said fully vaccinated people should wear masks in public settings.