NIH Director Collins: Masks ‘Still Important’ Even After Being Vaccinated, ‘Even If We’re Overdoing It’

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Nation­al Insti­tutes of Health (NIH) Direc­tor Dr. Fran­cis Collins said on Wednes­day that even after peo­ple have been vac­ci­nat­ed, “we don’t know exact­ly whether it’s still pos­si­ble for that per­son to car­ry the virus. It might be, and until we have bet­ter data, then masks are still impor­tant,” he said.
Collins made his com­ments the Fox Busi­ness Network’s “Cavu­to: Coast to Coast.”
Just days ear­li­er, Axios reports that Dr. Collins blamed thou­sands of COVID deaths on “mask­less Republicans.”

@neilcavuto Dr. Fran­cis Collins is being very cau­tious, but I think even more folks will get vac­ci­na­tions and get them soon­er if they are told they can take off their masks after two weeks fol­low­ing the 2nd shot (?)
— Jer­ry (@Jerry1M1) Feb­ru­ary 24, 2021

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