Dr. Anthony Fauci seemingly backtracked from his previous rhetoric Tuesday when he said Americans should not “expect” vaccine requirements for domestic air travel “in the reasonably foreseeable future.”
“Right now, I don’t think people should expect that we’re going to have a requirement in domestic flights for people to be vaccinated,” Fauci told CNN. “I doubt if we’re going to see something like that in the reasonably foreseeable future.”
The senior Biden advisor’s comments differ drastically from his rhetoric just hours earlier.
“If you’re making a requirement for vaccination for people to get on planes who are coming into the country, that’s understandable. You don’t want to bring more cases into the country,” he told MSNBC Monday morning. “If you’re talking about requiring vaccination to get on a plane domestically, that is just another one of the requirements that I think is reasonable to consider.”
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