CDC Says Indoor Worship Is Now Safe For Vaccinated, Masked Individuals

by Seth Udinski
CDC Says Indoor Worship Is Now Safe For Vaccinated, Masked Individuals

Seth Udinski, FISM News


The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has obtained unlimited power in the lives of millions of Americans since the COVID-19 lockdowns began in early 2020.  Many Americans hang on the CDC’s every word, even if the organization contradicts itself or gives recommendations that undercut common sense.

The CDC continued its attempt to be appear omniscient on all things “safe and healthy” last week, as it announced that it is now safe for vaccinated, masked individuals to attend large indoor gatherings such as church services.  CDC director Rochelle Walensky announced on Wednesday,

As we gather more and more data on the real-world efficacy of vaccines, we know that masked, fully vaccinated people can safely attend worship services inside…The examples shown today show that when you are vaccinated, you can return to many activities safely, and most of them outdoors and unmasked—and begin to get back to normal.

Predictably, this is yet another attempt to push mandatory COVID-19 inoculation.  Keep in mind, this “vaccine” has only been approved for emergency use, does not protect against COVID-19 infection, and has impacted menstrual cycles and caused severe blood clotting.

Even with millions of Americans receiving the COVID-19 jab, which the left claims is the unquestioned “cure” to the pandemic, the CDC still strongly encourages masking, even outdoors.  Walensky continued,

Generally, for vaccinated people, outdoor activities without a mask are safe. However, we continue to recommend masking in crowded outdoor settings and venues, such as packed stadiums and concerts where there is decreased ability to maintain physical distance and where many unvaccinated people may also be present.  We will continue to recommend this until widespread vaccination is achieved.

Walensky echoes the sentiment of many Americans who are straddling the fence between mass panic from COVID-19 and placing their full hope in a candidate drug that has not yet met the qualifications of a true vaccine.