Fauci vents about Americans' opposition to forced masking: 'It's almost inexplicable'
Aug 11, 2022 1 min, 7 secs
Anthony Fauci complained during a talk Tuesday evening that many Americans see forced masking policies as a violation of their liberties.

During the talk, Fauci, who is President Biden's chief medical adviser and the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, expressed concern about Americans' aversion to both forced masking and receiving the COVID-19 vaccine.

Prior to his comments on mask mandates, Fauci also lamented that while the majority of Americans have been vaccinated against COVID-19, most people haven't received a booster shot?

"You have people who don't want to get vaccinated for any of a variety of reasons, ranging from pure anti-vax to just because we're telling them to get vaccinated," Fauci said.

That means a third of the people in the country are vaccinated and properly boosted.

How could that possibly be when you have a disease that's killed one million Americans and you have a hesitancy to use a life-saving intervention, which is a vaccine and a booster.

New COVID-19 cases nationwide have steadied to between 300-400 cases per million people over the last several months compared to the mid-January peak of 2,396 cases per million, according to Johns Hopkins University data

Nearly 80% of Americans over the age of 5 have received one dose of the vaccine, while 67% are fully vaccinated, 32% have received a booster and 10% have opted for a second booster

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