Dr. Fauci on Sunday said he supports a vaccine mandate for domestic air travel.
“I was going to ask you something else from the president’s interview with [ABC’s David Muir],” Jon Karl said. “There is no vaccine requirement for domestic air travel in the United States, and when the president was asked, should there be one, he said that his team has said it’s not necessary at this point. Do you agree with that? That there shouldn’t be a vaccine requirement for domestic air travel?”
Fauci admitted that imposing a vax mandate for domestic air travel would be a great way to coerce people into getting vaccinated.
Mandates have nothing to do with ‘following the science’ and Fauci admitted that on Sunday morning.
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“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 into 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. So I mean, anything that could get people more vaccinated would be welcome.,” Fauci said.
“Anything that could get people more vaccinated would be welcome,” Dr. Anthony Fauci says when asked by @jonkarl about potential vaccine requirements for domestic air travel. https://t.co/CxSdhhlI9G pic.twitter.com/KHVeu6nmTH
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