Dr. Anthony Fauci says he still won’t dine indoors and restricts visitors into his home, despite receiving both doses of the COVID-19 vaccine.
The 80-year-old immunologist, who currently serves as chief medical advisor to President Biden, made the revelation during an interview with NBC4 on Tuesday.
Fauci’s interview comes amid backlash against the top doctor for ‘inconsistent messaging’ over the vaccine – after he claimed it may not be safe for grandparents to visit and hug their grandchildren even after they have had the jab.
‘I still do not do dining indoors,’ Fauci told NBC4 when asked about what safety measures he is still taking after being vaccinated.
He additionally stated that he does not let visitors into his home unless they have received the vaccine or were being tested on a very regular basis.
‘We’re still keeping what happens in my home very restricted to my wife and I,’ the doctor declared.
Fauci further claimed that he only visits the grocery store during off-peak hours and limits the number of trips he makes there.
Meanwhile, he says he is still avoiding air travel, and is cautioning Americans against pre-planning summer vacations.
SOURCE: Daily Mail, Andrew Court