How many times did Dr. Fauci go on TV or hold a conference and tell everyone that unless everyone stayed home for Thanksgiving, we would see a massive surge in COVID-19 infections in this country.
After about nine months of being locked down, many Americans threw his advice into the shredder and decided to hop on a plane and go see family…
The skies above North America at Noon ET on the Tuesday before Thanksgiving.
— Flightradar24 (@flightradar24) November 24, 2020
So, with so many packed flights, we should have seen a massive surge over and above the expected surge numbers, right?
Wrong! Some of the biggest hotspots in the country saw negligible, if any, rises in cases over and above what was expected.
Illinois Health Director Dr. Ngozi Ezike stated, “We haven’t seen something significant to talk about now.
“We’ll see for sure in this coming week … We’ll keep our fingers crossed that maybe we’re not going to see a big bump.”
Dr. Joneigh Khaldun, Michigan’s chief medical executive, stated, “We are cautiously optimistic that there was not a post-Thanksgiving surge in cases.”
Fauci is offering up the same warnings about traveling during the Christmas and New Year’s holiday.
How about we just tell people to take the proper precautions and live their lives instead of fearmongering?
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