Dr. Anthony Fauci said Sunday the federal definition of “fully vaccinated” will not change to include booster shoots, but that a change could be expected soon.
Tony Fauci, the disgraced longtime director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and highest-paid employee in the federal government, said the federal government’s definition of “fully vaccinated” would not yet change following increased access to COVID-19 booster shots.
“First of all, you want to go with the science,” Fauci told ABC News’s Martha Raddatz during an appearance Sunday on “This Week.”
“And as we always do, we just follow and let the data guide your policy and let the data guide your recommendations,” said Fauci, the chief medical advisor to President Joe Biden.
Business Insider reported that the US Food and Drug Administration last week expanded its emergency authorization for a booster shot eligibility last week, meaning all adults 18 and older can now easily sign up to receive them.
Since then many members of the bureaucratic administrative state have urged for a change to the definition of “fully vaccinated.”
“Authorizing the use of a single booster dose of either the Moderna or Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine for individuals 18 years of age and older helps to provide continued protection against COVID-19, including the serious consequences that can occur, such as hospitalization and death,” said Dr. Janet Woodcock, acting commissioner of the FDA.
Fauci’s ominous hints of changing the definition of “fully vaccinated” to no longer include those who received the original full COVID-19 inoculation regimen do not come as a surprise to many given the assaults on constitutional rights that have continued seemingly endlessly. Other countries such as the state of Israel already have revoked vaccine passport status from those who did not take the COVID-19 boosters, and it was just last month when Biden appointed CDC Director Rochelle Walinsky said the following:
“We have not yet changed the definition of ‘fully vaccinated.’ We will continue to look at this. We may need to update our definition of ‘fully vaccinated’ in the future.”