16 November, 2021

Doesn’t This Argue Against the Mandate Too?

Fmr. FDA Commissioner Gottlieb says international travel will not increase COVID cases | One America News Network (oann.com)

Former Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Commissioner Scott Gottlieb said he believes the U.S. is close to seeing the pandemic phase of COVID-19 come to an end as the U.S. reopens its borders. As the U.S. has begins lifting border restrictions for fully vaccinated international travelers, Gottlieb predicts it will not contribute to more coronavirus cases.

“I don’t think the travel coming in from outside the U.S. feed additional infections, or a lot of additional infections. It’s really going to change the equation. A lot of people coming into the U.S., first of all they have to show that they’ve been vaccinated. A lot of them will make sure they aren’t carrying the infection with them, they’re not going to want to get caught in a foreign country,” said Gottlieb.

If we can open up the airports again, and open up stadiums again, then we can open up everything else.

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