NIH Director Francis Collins Suggest New Ridiculous COVID Measure
In some places, we can already see what’s coming.
If you live in California, New York, Michigan, Ohio, or really any of the liberal states, you know that you’re all about to come under another mask mandate if you’re not there already.
In some of the red states though, we’re going to hand on to our freedom.
The medical “experts” have all been recommending wearing masks once again, even if you’re vaccinated because you can still get the virus and you can still spread the virus.
Now, the head of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), Dr. Francis Collins is recommending something even crazier than just wearing masks while vaccinated. He’s recommending that parents should wear masks at their own homes to protect their children.
But here’s the real kicker, he says to do so even if you don’t have COVID.
Dr. Francis Collins said “it’s clear” that the delta variant is capable of causing serious illness in kids while addressing whether young children should avoid indoor situations.
He noted that while rare, there are many examples of young people being sickened by the virus and cited new recommendations for kids under 12 to avoid being in places where they might get infected and recommendations for universal masking at schools, and even for adults at home.
“Parents of unvaccinated kids should be thoughtful about this and the recommendation is to wear masks there as well,” Collins said, while appearing on CNN. “I know that’s uncomfortable, I know it seems weird, but it is the best way to protect your kids.”
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again. The best way to keep yourself safe during this pandemic is to take care of yourself. Most Americans are deficient in Vitamin D and there is a huge link between Vitamin D levels and how your body responds to the virus. It can take months to build up adequate levels of Vitamin D so if you’re not taking it already, get started!
You should also consider Vitamin K2 (needed to metabolize Vitamin D), Vitamin C, and Zinc. These are your first line of defense.