The FDA Unwittingly Votes That Mask Mandates Are Scientifically Unnecessary

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When the FDA voted 18 to 2 that coronavirus booster shots are not needed for anyone vaccinated under the age of 65, the FDA also voted (without realizing it) that masks are unnecessary for those vaccinated under 65 because the vaccines are substantially more effective at preventing coronavirus infection (or getting serious virus complications) and superior at preventing asymptomatic spread of the virus (I had my second dose of Moderna back in late May) than masks are.

But if the FDA thinks the best, widely available, weapon against the virus (vaccines) are not needed for those under 65 because their risk of getting or transmitting the virus is still low 6 months after their second dose, then there is no point in their still using a far less effective weapon against the virus (masks) since their vote means, by implication, that they are not seriously worried about the double vaccinated…

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