Wednesday, 28 October, 2020

Fauci has some bad news about Thanksgiving

Anthony Fauci director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases said on Friday that he sees similarities between the fight against COVID-19 and HIV. Pool Dr. Fauci says he ‘was not invited’ to Trump’s coronavirus briefing
Deanna Wagner | 19 October, 2020, 04:15

"It is unfortunate, because that's such a sacred part of American tradition - the family gathering around Thanksgiving". "You may have to bite the bullet and sacrifice that social gathering".

"My Thanksgiving is going to look very different this year", he said in an interview with CBS News.

Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, was a researcher at the government agency during the early stages of the HIV/AIDS epidemic, and he recalls the "messaging difficulty" he and his colleagues faced then.

"There are indoor components to it, which will potentially risk of people being both closer and the virus surviving longer in cool dry air", says Krilov.

According to a CNN report on Sunday, Fauci denied consenting to being featured in the Trump campaign ad and said that his words in the ad that were spun to praise the President's handling of the COVID-19 crisis were taken out of context. However a lot of people travel for the holiday and that's when the risk becomes greater!

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During a campaign rally in North Carolina on Thursday, Trump nonchalantly quipped that Fauci is a "nice guy" before bringing up an imaginary quote attributed to him on mask-wearing. "And they've made the decision they are not going to do that". "The president was fortunate", Fauci added.

Trump and his aide Hope Hicks, who was also recently infected with the coronavirus, did not wear masks today.

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'I don't want the credit, but our vice president worked 24 hours a day, Mike Pence, ' Trump said.

Fauci, along with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, has since recommended Americans wear masks, now that there's evidence of coronavirus spread due to people unaware they're infected. "Particularly with Thanksgiving coming up, we think it's really important to stress the vigilance of these continued mitigation steps in the household setting".