Coronavirus, and the Mask Mandate

According to a report by CNN Dr. Anthony Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), said on Tuesday July 7, 2020 he does not anticipate a federal coronavirus vaccine mandate in the US once one is made available.

Dr. Fauci explained he “could see individual institutions mandating a vaccine” but not at the nationwide level “merely because of all the situations you have encroaching upon a person’s freedom to make their own choice of their own health.”

In the meantime, Dr. Fauci stressed the importance of face masks in combating the virus — something he said he’s “strongly in favor” of mandating, just not on the federal level.  Read the complete story here:

In his remarks on Tuesday July 7, 2020  President Trump referenced when the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommended against wearing masks earlier in the pandemic. But the CDC later reversed its decision, saying people should wear masks in public spaces. Read more here:

What are your thoughts  regarding a vaccine federal mandate in the United States?

One Reply to “Coronavirus, and the Mask Mandate”

  1. I do enjoy the way you have presented this concern and it does indeed present me personally a lot of fodder for thought. Nonetheless, coming from everything that I have experienced, I basically hope as other remarks pack on that folks stay on point and don’t start on a tirade regarding the news du jour. All the same, thank you for this outstanding piece and though I do not really go along with this in totality, I value your standpoint.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *