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Fauci: Vaccinated People with ‘Vulnerable’ People at Home May Want ‘Extra Step’ of Wearing Mask – ‘That’s What’s Going on in Los Angeles’

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July 20th 2021, 2:39 am
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On Monday’s “PBS NewsHour,” White House Chief Medical Adviser Dr. Anthony Fauci said that fully vaccinated people might want to wear a mask in areas with low vaccination “For a number of reasons, to protect yourself, but particularly, for example, if you have, at home, in your own home, vulnerable people, like the elderly or people who have underlying conditions, you might want to make sure you take that extra step of protection.” And “That’s what’s going on in Los Angeles. They want to go the extra mile to show that you can protect yourself more, even if you are vaccinated.”

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