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During an interview aired on Friday’s “PBS NewsHour,” National Institutes of Health Director Dr. Francis Collins stated that he agrees with President Joe Biden ruling out shutdowns over the Omicron variant and that “it’s not clear that that much gets accomplished” with shutdowns, while there are “lots of consequences there for businesses, for schools.”

Collins said that “we’re doing it about right, right now” with our response to the Omicron variant.

The article goes on to state the following:

He continued, “Shutdowns are obviously draconian measures, and it’s not clear that that much gets accomplished by those sorts of steps in communities and there’s obviously lots of consequences there for businesses, for schools. So, I think the president’s right to sort of take those off the table right now, but also to emphasize the things we can do.”


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  1. Biden says it’s off the table until Fauci tells him to do it! This man is right it’s draconian. But it’s a great way to continue to scare the masses.

  2. This is all BS obvious they just want to scare everybody into wearing masks again. And get tested and shots so they make billions of dollars for themselves and then they’ll leave. The UK doctor said nothing but a scratchy throat and two days of feeling tired and that’s it she said not to worry that’s when UK doctor said and I believe her.


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