Dr. Anthony Fauci told vaccinated Americans this weekend they can freely celebrate Thanksgiving with their families, yet the NIAID director warned those who remain unvaccinated “you’re in a situation where you’re more vulnerable to getting infected” – a push Dr. Marty Makary says is “good for marketing.”
Makary explained to Fox News Primetime, that the natural immunity of 140 million Americans to coronavirus is stronger than vaccination.
He stated that customers want an easy-to-use strategy. “It’s good for marketing, it’s good for simplifying the message.”
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Makary says that booster shots for children and people with natural immunity aren’t supported. This should give the public relief to be able to enjoy this holiday season with their families.
He stated, “I think everyone should enjoy Thanksgiving.” “For those who are high risk, for those who are adults with no immunity of any kind, they’re the ones who are susceptible and they need to be super careful. For everyone else, however, it is important to feel confident about their immunity.
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Makary recommended that families with children or other vulnerable family members keep ventilation flowing by using fans, open windows, and fans. He also suggested that they be disoriented. He reminded everyone that COVID’s risk to their health is different depending on who they are.
“We’ve chosen these indiscriminate, blanket recommendations and policies,” he said. The southeast is performing extraordinarily, if you take a look at the entire country. They’re basically at endemic levels. And in Minnesota and other places, they’re dealing with an active Delta wave right now.”
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“The risk of transmission is primarily an indoor phenomenon among at-risk people – that’s adults with a comorbid condition who have no immunity.”