According to Fauci, children must either wear masks or be separated into vaccinated and unvaccinated groups.
Dr. Anthony Fauci, President Joe Biden’s chief medical advisor, made yet another contentious CCP virus (COVID-19) health rule that appears to go against science while speaking in a show on Sunday, March 28: Children are not supposed to play together while unmasked until they have already been vaccinated.

When asked about children playing in groups, Fauci said, “The children will clearly end up being sick,” and that “you want the children to have to wear masks when they’re engaging with groups or several households when they go out into the neighborhood.”

Fauci did, though, deliver a ray of optimism for America’s children: they might be able to play unmasked on the jungle gym as early as this summer. Fauci merely admitted that it is “conceivable that will be possible,” obviously not wishing to add so much optimism. He clarified that if the present vaccine rate holds, there is a “good degree of flexibility during the summer … with things like camps.”

Fauci refused to mention that CCP virus  related severe symptoms in children are exceedingly rare. According to the Mayo Clinic, about 13% of CCP virus cases are in children, and according to Harvard Health, many of those who do develop the CCP virus have no symptoms. “Those that do get sick tend to experience milder symptoms such as low-grade fever, fatigue, and cough.”

In comparison to the Trump administration, which routinely sidelined Fauci, the Biden administration tends to frequently encourage the longest-serving government employee to make decisions about the whole country, according to National File.

President Trump said:

“I got along with him fine, but I didn’t listen to him too much,” and Trump continued, “He said don’t close it up to China, and I did, very early. He said don’t close it up to Europe, you know we had the problem with Italy and France, I did, I closed it up to Europe very, very early. He said don’t wear masks, masks don’t work, they’re no good, no good.”

Trump also made the remark in response to Fauci’s almost comically poor pitch, which went nowhere near its expected destination as: “The way I look at it, you saw him throw out the first pitch in Washington, right? He is a better pitcher than he is at what he does,”.

“But he’s a great promoter, but I got along with him,” joked the former President. “If you really look, I didn’t really listen to him too much because I was doing the opposite of what he was saying.”

Fauci was often referred to by President Trump as a “media creation” which seems appropriate given that he is now the focus of a terrifying children’s book.