We’re not quite sure what’s going on here. There’s a story at The Atlantic right now entitled, “How to Socialize Safely in the Booster Era,” but Twitchy favorite Ahmed Al Assliken has a screenshot of a different headline:

It looks like The Atlantic might have changed the headline, because the piece does include the line, “Is it still safe to hang out with someone who is vaccinated but not boosted?” It’s quite the conundrum:

As the weather gets colder in much of the country and people bring more of their socializing indoors, this variety of vaccination histories introduces questions Americans didn’t previously have to deal with. Is it still safe to hang out with someone who is vaccinated but not boosted? Can unvaccinated little kids safely spend time with unboosted adults? And will the new coronavirus variant, Omicron, further complicate the risk calculus of an already complicated winter?

Unvaccinated little kids around unboosted adults? The horror!

Didn’t it? Just mask for 100 days and it’ll be over.

Keep in mind when planning those family gatherings that the booster’s effects take about two weeks to kick in fully, so be careful in the interim.

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