On Fox Across America with Jimmy Failla, Fox News Medical Contributor Dr. Marty Makary took aim at the advice given by Dr. Anthony Fauci and CDC Director Rochelle Walensky on how life can continue after the majority of the population receives the COVID vaccine.

“I need a translator to take the nothing answers he gives and try to translate them into something usable and I’ve never been able to learn anything from him. He’s certainly a master of not answering questions when it comes to schools and so many other things. He went on every single network, every little podcast I’ve never heard of before the pandemic for two and a half months, never once sounded the alarm. The only thing he ever said up to March 7th was old people shouldn’t get on cruises. You’re supposed to be our our lighthouse. You’re supposed to you’re advising the President. You’re the guy the media has canonized as the nation’s top infectious disease doctor, and he missed it. He missed the pandemic. He made a mistake. It’s OK. We all put our pants on one leg at a time, but we can’t put our whole faith and stock in one doctor’s opinion, many of us were out there sounding the alarm, calling for contingency planning. Right now, I wish he would just give an answer on schools and take a stand.”

“Even the CDC director, she’s a good doctor. She was talking her mind and then all of a sudden now she’s CDC director, it’s like I don’t know who she is anymore. She’s talking in these general political concepts, doing entire press briefings, encouraging people to wear masks for half of it. It’s like, is that where you still are now? Can’t you say anything that actually has teeth?”

“If you’ve been vaccinated three or four weeks, go live your life, OK? Loneliness is epidemic. People need a touch and a hug and we’ve got to rebuild communities.”