, host of "Late Show," is ecstatic about the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
's new mask guidelines for the vaccinated, even hugging his stage manager in the middle of his monologue, but he also discovered a major flaw in the guidelines.
who have been vaccinated can remove their masks
, according to CDC
Director Rochelle Walensky
, but those who have not been vaccinated should continue to wear masks until they receive the shot.
“What we really ask the American people to do is to be honest with themselves and to keep their masks on until they are safe,” Walensky said over the weekend.
“OK, the only thing Americans need to stay safe is to be honest with themselves,” Colbert said, “because we are doomed! Do you know what the serving size of Oreos is? It’s not ‘sleeve!’ And pumping cheese is not exercise.”
More on his Monday night monologue can be found here:
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