According to doctors, Americans should feel comfortable celebrating the upcoming Halloween holiday with their children. Anthony Fookie., Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.
“Halloween is right around the corner. A lot of parents are wondering how to trick or treat, do they give candy, do they hang out with their kids?” CNN’s Dana Bash said. “What’s your guide?”
Dr. Foki replied, “I think especially if you have been vaccinated, but you can get out of there.” “You’re mostly out, at least when my kids were out or treating. And enjoy it, I mean this is the time when the kids like it.
Dr. Foki’s guidance on American holiday celebrations has become a recurring theme in Sunday’s political talk shows in recent weeks. For example, last week CBS’s Margaret Brennan pressured Dr. Fookie on whether we could get together for Christmas, or whether it was too early to tell.
“You know Margaret, it’s too early to tell,” replied Dr. Foki.
Dr. Foki later retracted his hesitant response about Christmas gatherings and told CNN that he urged people to enjoy Christmas together.
“I encourage people, especially vaccinators, to have a good, normal Christmas with their families,” Dr. Foki told CNN.