Last year during the holidays there was a hault on large gatherings during thanksgiving and Christmas due to Covid. Although Covid is still prevalent, disease expert Dr. Fauci is deeming it safe to enjoy the holidays with your family if you’re vaccinated.
Halloween was cancelled for the kids last year along with thanksgiving and Christmas where CDC was advising no large gatherings over ten people. Now, Dr. Fauci tells ABC News, vaccinated families can safely enjoy this year’s festivities. The expert said, “That’s one the reasons why we emphasized why it’s so important to get vaccinated.” When you’re in the family unit, among people who are vaccinated, I think you should just enjoy the holidays as best you can in the family spirit.”
For those who are not vaccinated, Dr. Fauci says the members of the family should be encouraging one another to do so. Fauci does mention, “but if they’re not, they should do what the CDC recommends,” which includes wearing a mask indoors.” Statistics show that at least 66 million Americans still aren’t vaccinated in the U.S. On the other hand America is still set to be averaging more than 1 million vaccinations a day.