Dr. Fauci Finally Admits What We Knew All Along
(UnitedVoice.com) – The COVID-19 pandemic has killed more than 1 million Americans over the last two and a half years. The deaths have persisted, albeit to a lesser extent, even as millions of people have vaccinated themselves against the virus. While the public once believed it might be able to get rid of the coronavirus, that’s no longer the case.
Two months ago, on April 20, the Tennessean published an interview with NIAID Director Dr. Anthony Fauci. The newspaper had a question and answer session with the doctor about the pandemic. During the discussion, he said there was “no chance” the country would eliminate COVID-19. He went on to say there has only been one instance where health officials completely eradicated a virus across the world, and that was smallpox. Polio and measles were eliminated in America, although there have been measles outbreaks among the unvaccinated in recent years.
Fauci also said the vaccines’ protection is time-limited, with recent research indicating effectiveness begins to fade between four to six months after inoculation. He told the Tennessean, “The durability of protection SARS-CoV-2 (from vaccination and immunity from exposure) is not very long.”
Anthony Fauci said the future would see a "low level of infection" present, but it would not disruptive to everyday life with regular COVID vaccinations. https://t.co/8dqw7mDyXS
— Newsweek (@Newsweek) April 21, 2022
The interview with the Tennessean wasn’t the first time Fauci talked about the virus remaining an issue. In January, he made similar claims, saying it wasn’t going away entirely like smallpox but instead would enter an endemic phase, and the country would experience periodic outbreaks. In 2021, he also told Americans they would have to live with the virus because it wasn’t going away.
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