Daniel Whyte III Tells Church Folk and others Don’t Be Foolish, Keep Wearing Your Masks Because This Coronavirus Plague Is Far From Over…

Even Though Biden and His Administration Has Done a Better Job With the Coronavirus Plague Situation Than Trump and His Administration, They Are Now Doing What Trump Did, but in a Different Way, and that is Trying to Give Off the Impression That Everything Is Alright and Basically That the Coronavirus Plague Is Over. But the Truth Is the Plague Will Not Be Over Until God Says So. So be wise and continue to wear your mask even if you got your shots. Listen to What the Nurses Who Have Been on the Frontline Are Saying in the Video below

(CNN)The president of the country’s largest nurses’ union has spoken out against updated federal guidance which says that — with a few exceptions — people who are fully vaccinated against Covid-19 don’t need to wear face masks in indoor or outdoor settings.

Speaking Monday on CNN’s “New Day,” National Nurses United President Jean Ross said the guidance from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention creates confusion among the public and endangers nurses and health care workers.
Many public health officials told him “they are upset, they were blindsided by this new information,” Adams said.
“It was a little bit of whiplash for the American public in terms of them saying just a week before, ‘Keep your mask on,’ and then all of a sudden they’re saying now you can take them off,” Adams said.
Emergency physician Dr. Leana Wen said the whiplash was particularly drastic because she said the CDC had been too careful in its guidance on what vaccinated people can do. In April, the CDC said fully vaccinated people can unmask at small outdoor gatherings and when dining outside with friends from multiple households.
Now, Wen said, the pendulum has swung in the opposite direction. The new guidance could essentially allow anyone to go mask-free indoors without proof of vaccination. And that kind of honor system might jeopardize others, including children under the age of 12 who can’t get vaccinated yet and adults who might be at more risk than they think.

“We’ve seen governors and mayors and business owners drop mask mandates, and as a result of that, we’ve now made life much less safe for people who are unvaccinated, for immunocompromised individuals and for young children who cannot yet be vaccinated,” Wen said.
“I think the CDC meant to say something really good, which is these vaccines are really protective. There were unintended consequences of their actions.”
The honor system asking those who are not vaccinated to continue to wear masks is “not working,” Kansas City, Missouri, Mayor Quinton Lucas told CNN’s Erin Burnett on Monday night.
Lucas said city leaders were “caught off guard” by the CDC’s announcement on masks last week. He said that their goal has been to align with the CDC on decisions and announcements. He said the situation is a challenge to enforce.
“Those of us who have been vaccinated are the ones who don’t have a problem wearing a mask,” Lucas said.
The mayor said he wants the CDC to get back to the point of “encouraging those to get vaccinated rather than celebrating our newfound freedoms, because the honor system is not working here” or other parts of the country.

source: CNN