It's safe to assume that some people will literally never get over the Covid crazies.
I present you, the worried parent who literally writes to the New York Times for advice for what to do with their children on Thanksgiving:
Here's the full bit from this piece:
Help, the kids are coming inside!
If our child, 9, and a cousin, 10, have each received one dose of the vaccine two weeks prior to Thanksgiving, is it safe for us to eat indoors? There will be about 20 guests, all vaccinated, and the 65 and older crowd have all received boosters. — Julie Lewis, San Francisco
[Dr. Linsey Marr, an engineering professor at Virginia Tech, where she studies airborne transmission of viruses]: I'm glad to hear that the children and all guests are vaccinated. As the kids will not be fully vaccinated until two weeks after their second shot, I think some care is warranted, especially because some attendees are 65 and older and thus at greater risk of more serious breakthrough infections. You could have the kids wear masks, eat quickly and stay away from the older adults when eating.
[Dr. Jennifer Nuzzo, an epidemiologist at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health]: This Thanksgiving, we will be gathering with friends under similar circumstances. All of the adults will be fully vaccinated. The only attendees who aren't fully vaccinated will be my young children who will each have one dose. It's not zero risk, but I feel relatively comfortable with this scenario, particularly because we live in an area where case numbers are relatively low. But if you are gathering somewhere where community prevalence of infection is high, that increases the chances that someone at the gathering will be infected. Rapid tests and masks would further reduce the risk in all scenarios.
This scenario is totally crazy.
According to the concerned parent asking the question, they will be having a family Thanksgiving dinner. There will be 20 total people there, a normal number on Thanksgiving, and EVERYONE is vaccinated. And she wants to know if she should STILL be afraid of Covid.
Here's how a sane person would answer such a question: "Don't be silly, everyone is vaccinated, kids aren't in danger of Covid, enjoy your holiday!"
Here is how our fear-driven, insane, mainstream media answered the question: "You could have kids wear masks, eat quickly, and stay away from the older adults when eating."
Seriously, your advice is to muzzle the kids, even with their first shot and everyone else being fully vaxxed, shove the food into their mouths quickly so they can put the muzzle back on, and then keep them away from their grandparents and the oldest, most precious relatives there?
That's your idea for a good Thanksgiving??
It does give me something else to be thankful for. That Fauci, the New York Times, and CDC don't actually run our lives.