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Pandemic Is Over ‘You Shouldn’t Have To Wear Masks’ : Says Bill Maher

The Host of the talk show Bill Maher make a protest against COVID restrictions and said that the pandemic is to be “over”.

The Real-Time with Bill Maher host discussed ongoing pandemic measures with a panel on Friday night and said people no longer needed to wear masks.

He said: ” Just resume living. I know some people seem to not want to give up on the wonderful pandemic, but you know what? It’s over.

“There’s always going to be a variant. You shouldn’t have to wear masks…I haven’t had a meeting with my staff since March of 2020. Why?”

Maher continued: “Also, vaccine, mask, pick one. You’ve got to pick. You can’t make me ask if I’ve had the vaccine.”

The host then, at that point, went to Senator Chris Coons (D-DE)and said “it was Democrat lawmakers who continued to enforce COVID-related restrictions and mandates.”

Maher added: “I travel in every state now, back on the road, and the red states are a joy and the blue states are a pain in the a**. For no reason.”

In response, Sen. Coons said: “There’s still a lot of countries that are very minimally vaccinated because if a variant develops out in the world that is able to defeat the vaccine, we are all the way back to the beginning.”

“So, in the United States, in most of the western world, we’re ready to be done with this, but we’re not done until the world is safe and we’re not safe as a world until the world’s vaccinated.”

Pandemic Is Over 'You Shouldn't Have to Wear Masks' : Says Bill Maher

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At present, many states of the U.S. have totally reopened and on other hand, some are still having some restrictions.

Which includes red states, like Texas,

This includes red states, such as Texas, where Governor Greg Abbott’s chief request incorporates an exemption for nursing homes and helped living offices that might keep on requiring documentation of an inhabitant’s inoculation status, as per 50 and more seasoned support bunch the AARP.

While some other states such as Democrat center Hawaii, still have strict guidelines in locations with Mayor Mitch Roth approving an order on 15 Oct.

Other states, such as Democrat stronghold Hawaii, have stricter guidelines in place with Mayor Mitch Roth signing an order on October 15 that extended assembling limits on the Big Island to 50 individuals for coordinated sporting exercises.

On October 22, Kansas, a red state, required unvaccinated individuals or the people who have not included COVID inside the beyond a half year to isolation if they made a trip to Alaska at the very latest October 7, or went to an out-of-state get-together in excess of 500 individuals where individuals didn’t keep up with social removing.

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