Dr. Fauci says vaccinated people should consider wearing masks indoors

While joining for an interview, Dr. Anthony Fauci told fully vaccinated Americans that they may “want to consider” wearing masks indoors to combat against the Delta COVID-19 strain. The comments come after Fauci and other “experts” have told vaccinated Americans that there is no need to wear a mask once vaccinated.

“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,” Fauci said during the interview.

During the same interview, Fauci also stated that the Delta variant of COVID-19 is more infectious than the original version of COVID.

“This virus is clearly different than the viruses and the variants that we’ve had experience with before. It has an extraordinary capability of transmitting from person to person,” Fauci said.

“When you’re in the middle of an outbreak, wearing a mask might make people feel a little bit better and it might even block a droplet, but it’s not providing the perfect protection that people think that it is,” he said at the time.

Just last February however, Fauci said that wearing 2 masks is better than one.

“If you have a physical covering with one layer, you put another layer on it, just makes common sense that it likely would be more effective,” Fauci said during an interview.

By May, Fauci had flip-flopped once more, telling “Good Morning America” that it was completely pointless for him to wear a mask after being fully vaccinated.

“Before the CDC made the recommendation change, I didn’t want to look like I was giving mixed signals but being a fully vaccinated person, the chances of my getting infected in an indoor setting is extremely low,” Fauci said.