At this moment, the Americans who readily prepared to get vaccinated have done so already. But the virus is not going away. In fact, it is mutating and is heavily impacted communities with low vaccination rates.
And thanks to these people who have refused to get their shot, the CDC is again asking Americans to wear face masks while indoors. During Thursday’s episode of The View, Meghan McCain threw a tantrum over having to cover her face again.
The Conservative pundit whined:
“When the mask mandate was enacted in D.C., I was surprised because they have one of the highest vaccination rates in the country as well as having one of the lowest hospitalization and – death rates. It’s very, very, very small. I think if you are going to enact these mandates in a place like D.C., then if D.C. isn’t good enough in any of this, then I guess no other state will, and my home state governor Doug Ducey signed a law saying there will be no mask mandate in Arizona and there will be no vaccine passports. So I think at this point following the science is important, but I guess that having this low level of deaths and this low level of — look. I think this is stupid. I don’t want to wear a mask anymore.”
Co-host Sunny Hostin explained that the virus is mutating due to people who refuse to get vaccinated or wear masks. Hostin also noted that vaccines don’t prevent from people from getting COVID, it prevents them from dying.
Watch a clip of the segment below, courtesy of ABC:
WHAT WILL CHANGE MINDS OF UNVACCINATED? As the delta variant continues to spread, the CDC is telling people to put their masks back on in certain places even if you’re vaccinated — the co-hosts react and weigh in on more companies mandating vaccines. https://t.co/AhpC1le5uq pic.twitter.com/2STFSabZt8
— The View (@TheView) July 29, 2021
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