Dr. Anthony Fauci is making headlines following the latest reports about lockdowns and vaccination. Check out the latest news that triggered massive steam below.
The director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases revealed not too long ago that governments use lockdowns to “get people vaccinated.”
Fauci is now President Joe Biden’s chief medical adviser on covid 19 and he discussed coronavirus lockdowns in China on Wednesday during an interview on MSNBC.
Just in case you don’t know, China has either partially or fully locked down at least 44 cities across the country in attempts to curb the Omicron variant, according to CNN.
Shanghai citizens are locked in their homes for weeks
This has sparked massive desperation from citizens in Shanghai locked in their homes for weeks.
Fauci said that China has a “number of problems,” noting that the country’s strict lockdowns would never be able to be implemented in the United States, “although that prevents the spread of infection.”
“I remember early on they were saying, and I think accurately, that they were doing better than almost anyone else,” Fauci said.
He continued and explained the following:
“But lockdown has its consequences,” he continued. “You use lockdowns to get people vaccinated so that when you open up, you won’t have a surge of infections, because you are dealing with an immunologically naive population, to the virus, because they’ve not really been exposed because of the lockdown.”
He also said the fact that the vaccines that the Chinese have been using are not nearly as effective as vaccines used in the United States and the United Kingdom.
Pfizer vaccine controversy
The Pfizer vaccine has been making headlines for a while now. The other day, we revealed that the Pfizer covid vaccine should have been removed off the market following the first deaths were reported, according to an expert cardiologist. Check out dr. Peter McCullough’s tweet below.
Pfizer/BNT had duty to pull it off the market when the death reports started to come in shortly after its ill-fated release on the public market. Many companies would have done it in January or February of 2021 at the very latest before more recipients lost their lives. pic.twitter.com/zcWnn2rZAK
— Peter McCullough, MD MPH (@P_McCulloughMD) April 13, 2022
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