Covid 19: Fauci says American life will not return to normal until 2021

Anthony Fawcett, the White House's Coronavirus Task Force's most senior public health expert, said on Friday that it would take another year before life in the United States returned to normal, even if one of the 19 Successful vaccine approved. Next few months

Covid 19: Fauci says American life will not return to normal until 2021

"If you're talking about getting a regular degree, which is similar to where we were before Quaid, it will be in 2021. Maybe even by the end of 2021," he told MSBC in an interview. Warned while giving.

And in a clear rebuke of Donald Trump's claim this week that the United States is "turning a corner" on Covid 19, Foucault said the current figures on epidemics are indeed "disturbing."

In an interview on Friday, Foucault was asked’ about the president's recent comments about the virus, in which he also said: "We are making the final turn, and a lot of good things are happening."

Fauci said: "I'm sorry, but I don't have to agree with that, because if you look at what you just mentioned, the statistics, Andrea, they're disturbing. About 40,000 [new] cases are being compiled’ and the death toll is close to 1,000. "

Foucault was speaking to MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell a day after the president's press briefing at the White House: "I'm really sure we're in the corner."

Trump's comments came two days after the president recorded a deliberate reduction in the risk of the virus in early February to stop him as a "panic", while in an upcoming book interview. Meanwhile, journalist Bob Woodward admitted that Covid 19 knew there were "deadly things" and worse than a bad flu.

Asked to rate Trump's mitigation, Fauci said: "When you cut something, it's really dangerous and not a good thing."

According to Johns Hopkins, there are 6.3 million cases of Covid 19 in the United States worldwide and nearly 200,000 people have died.

With daily new cases in the United States halving since the end of July, when rates of nearly 70,000 new cases increased by nearly a day, Foucault reiterated his concern that the arrival of autumn and winter - when people are homeless I'll spend more time - he could put America in "a danger." Dangerous situation.

"When you have a basic record of infection that is 40,000 a day and you run the risk of testing positive in some parts of the country like Dakotas and Montana and places like that ... you already have it. I don't want to. With a foundation that's so high, "he said.

Foucault's comments come a day after reports indicate that the Trump administration has sought to encourage National Institutes of Health officials to make appointments to the Department of Health and Human Services, where Foucault works. Yes, ask this expert to shed light on your public opinion.

"We need to learn skills and go through this fall and winter because it's not easy," Foucault said Thursday.

Regarding infection rates, he said: "I keep looking at this curve and I'm more depressed and more depressed by the fact that we never really get down to our preferences."

Fauci told MSNBC that he was confident the vaccine would be approved’ properly.

Meanwhile, Holden Thorp, editor-in-chief of the top American scientific journal, Science, wrote Friday that Trump "deliberately lied about science in such a way that ... directly led to the mass killings of Americans." "This may be the most embarrassing moment in the history of American science policy," he added.


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