Dr. Anthony Fauci expects airlines, cruise ships, and other organizations to require proof of being vaccinated in order to participate in their services, he said during Thursday’s Bloomberg Businessweek conference.
“There are organizations, particularly universities and colleges who are saying, not withstanding what the federal government is requiring, if you want to come into campus and be in in-person learning, you’re going to have to show proof of vaccination,” Fauci, chief medical advisor to President Biden, said Thursday.
“Cruise ships will likely be doing that. Airlines will likely be doing that. So you’re going to have at, a local, independent-level, things that the federal government is not going to be mandating,” he continued.
Fauci’s remarks follow the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) updated guidance, which states fully vaccinated individuals can “resume activities without wearing a mask or physically distancing, except where required by federal, state, local, tribal, or territorial laws, rules, and regulations, including local business and workplace guidance.”
As a result, major retailers have eased their hardline mask mandates, allowing vaccinated individuals to forgo a face covering while requesting unvaccinated customers to continue to follow federal health guidelines. However, it appears their updated guidelines are based wholly on an honor system — a phenomenon Fauci seemingly identified as an “issue” and “problem.” (Read more from “Fauci Prediction: Airlines, Universities Will Require Vaccine Proof” HERE)
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