Tuesday, December 28, 2021

Omicron Fearmongers Have Set Their Sights on New Year's Eve; Fauci Encourages Public to Cancel New Year's Eve Parties Amid Battle Against Omicron, and other C-Virus related stories

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Omicron Fearmongers Have Set Their Sights on New Year's Eve
There’s a certain segment of the population that lives in abject fear of COVID, and many of them are in leadership within various levels of government. The oh-so-not-deadly omicron variant has captured their fancy, and now they want to use it to prevent people from enjoying themselves.
These fearmongers tried to kill Christmas, but freedom-loving people and those who value their families, friends, and faith over fear celebrated anyway. Now the fearmongers have set their sights on New Year’s Eve.
Full disclosure: I hate crowds, so these New Year’s Eve celebrations sound like the opposite of fun to me anyway. But I know plenty of people who do love these big celebrations in public places. Yet plenty of locales around the world are canceling their New Year’s Eve celebrations or altering them.
All over Europe and Asia, cities have put a stop to their celebrations. Athens, Edinburgh, New Delhi, Paris, and Rome are among the cities that have canceled New Year’s Eve.
Mayor Sadiq Khan of London announced last week that his city won’t hold a public New Year’s Eve celebration either. --->READ MORE HERE
Fauci encourages public to cancel New Year's Eve parties amid battle against omicron:
Dr. Anthony Fauci, the chief medical adviser to President Joe Biden, encouraged the public on Monday to cancel New Year's Eve plans this weekend due to the threat from the omicron variant.
Fauci said people should stay away from parties because they cannot know the vaccination statuses of people in attendance.
"I have been telling people consistently that if you're vaccinated and boosted and you have a family setting, in the home with family and relatives, it's OK to gather," Fauci said on CNN's New Day. "But when you're talking about a New Year's Eve party, we have 30, 40, 50 people celebrating, you do not know the status of their vaccination, I would recommend strongly to stay away from that this year."
Fauci's comments come after the Christmas holiday saw state officials discouraging events with unvaccinated family members or encouraging wearing masks around people outside of immediate households, even at small gatherings. Philadelphia Health Commissioner Cheryl Bettigole encouraged people not to attend indoor events or gatherings at all during Christmas because it was "too dangerous," according to Fox News. --->READ MORE HERE
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