The sheep will be sheep! There is no need to wear facemasks outside or inside if you’re vaccinated or not! Wake up people. We lived our pre-pandemic lives normally and perfectly healthy, no need to stop every sickness in existence. People get sick every year and you build up immunity which is the normal human body response. Depriving your immune system of germs is very dangerous to your health in the long run. As you get older many of these same viruses not including coronavirus can be deadly for the elderly. So stop wearing your masks, you’re not or never have saved one life by wearing it. Stop putting it on kids! That should be listed as child abuse. Here is the MSM excuse why vaccinated people don’t want to give up the masks:
Texas resident Robert Soto can’t wait to visit his favorite karaoke spots in Austin. He says he’ll be wearing his mask when he belts out “Amber” by 311 or “The Promise” by When in Rome — his go-to songs every time he grabs the mic at a bar.
Soto plans to resume some social activities after he gets his second vaccine shot this month, joining the more than 100 million Americans who are fully vaccinated. But his life will be nothing like his carefree pre-pandemic days.”I will probably still wear my mask and avoid shaking hands for a long while,” he says.
For Soto and many other pandemic-weary Americans, this is a tricky time. The vaccinated are emerging from 14 months of social isolation into a world where key questions remain about where and when to wear a mask.
Is that unmasked person near me vaccinated? If I don’t wear a mask, am I setting a bad example or making others uneasy?
“I will admit that I am afraid of being judged by people who are less concerned than me. It makes me not want to wear the mask so I can avoid stares and judgment,” he told CNN. “But I will just have to push through that because my health and the health of my family is more important.”
Some people are finding it hard to let go of their face masks, an item they’ve associated for months with saving lives, he told CNN. Those who’ve lost loved ones to coronavirus may have an especially difficult time.Read More Here