IT NEVER ENDS: MSNBC Doctor Says Taking Vaccine Doesn’t Mean You Can Travel (VIDEO)

Now that we are on the verge of finally having a Coronavirus vaccine, MSNBC’s favorite doctor wants you to know it’s still not enough.

According to him, taking the vaccine doesn’t mean you can travel or stop wearing masks.

It’s almost like the folks at MSNBC don’t want the COVID madness to ever end.

Outkick reports:


First, there was the “social distancing and washing your hands” stage. Then there was the “flatten the curve” stage. Then indoor dining was closed, opened with restrictions, fined for too many people standing while drinking, etc., etc. Then we couldn’t play football because anywhere from 3 to 7 college football players would die due to COVID.

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Then it was something else, another thing and then needles started injecting people with vaccines on December 14. Whew, everyone can breathe a little bit. Maybe there’s light at the end of the tunnel. Nurses can go back to getting black-out drunk in Vegas or in Cancun on girls’ weekends.

Enter MSNBC’s medical analyst Vin Gupta. He caught wind that the first person to get vaccinated in New Haven, Connecticut was planning to travel after getting the second dose of the Pfizer vaccine.

“Just because you get vaccinated after the second dose does not mean you should be traveling. You could still get infected and pass it along to others,” Vin told Meet the Press.

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“Everything still applies until all of us gets that two-dose regimen. We don’t think that’ll happen til June or July.

Here’s the video:

Do these folks have any idea how angry people are about all of this? It sure doesn’t seem that way.

People need to get back to their lives and businesses. What else is the point of a vaccine?


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