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COVID will infect ‘just about everyone’ despite Biden’s promises

Dr Anthony Fauci proclaimed on Tuesday that the coronavirus would infect “just about everyone,” despite President Biden’s promise in July that vaccines would prevent infection.

“Just about everyone,” regardless of their vaccine status, will become infected with the coronavirus, Fauci told the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions.

Fauci’s comments come as Biden vowed over the summer that “you’re not going to get COVID if you have these vaccines.”

As coronavirus hospitalizations hit an all-time high on Tuesday, this isn’t the first time Biden has made a promise he won’t be able to keep:

Beginning in August 2021, Biden began to shift his rhetoric from beating or beating the coronavirus to control it.

On August 3, 2021, Biden said the United States could “control this virus.”

“And the world’s democracies are looking to America to lead again – in two ways. First, to demonstrate that we can control this virus at home, ”Biden said during remarks on tackling the virus.

On August 6, 2021, Biden said the United States could “beat the delta variant, just like we beat the original COVID-19.”

“America can beat the Delta variant, just like we beat the original COVID-19. We can do it, ”Biden said.

On September 24, 2021, Biden said the tools exist to “beat COVID”.

“Hello everyone. Like I said before, we have the tools to beat COVID – COVID-19 – if we come together as a country and use the tools we have,” Biden reiterated on the 24th. September.

On September 22, 2021, Biden said at his global coronavirus summit: “Nothing is more urgent than all of us working together to defeat COVID-19. … As I said yesterday at the United Nations, nothing is more urgent than working together to defeat COVID-19. “

On September 16, 2021, Biden asserted that his top priority as president was to “get COVID under control.”

“This is why I made controlling COVID my top priority from my first day as president,” Biden said during remarks on inflation in Washington, DC.

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