Fauci says he doesn't regret telling Americans not to wear masks at the beginning of the pandemic
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In late February and early March as the COVID-19 outbreak began accelerating in the US, hospitals and health facilities experienced severe shortages of personal protective equipment for healthcare workers. In response, experts like Fauci and the US Surgeon General Jerome Adams
advised Americans against wearing masks."I don't regret anything I said then because in the context of the time in which I said it, it was correct. We were told in our task force meetings that we have a serious problem with the lack of PPEs and masks for the health providers who are putting themselves in harm's way every day to take care of sick people,"
Fauci told O'Donnell. "When it became clear that we could get the infection could be spread by asymptomatic carriers who don't know they're infected, that made it very clear that we had to strongly recommend masks," he said.
"And also, it soon became clear that we had enough protective equipment and that cloth masks and homemade masks were as good as masks that you would buy from surgical supply stores," Fauci added. "So in the context of when we were not strongly recommending it, it was the correct thing."
Overpaid idiots! Maybe he’s hoping people would contracted COVID so he can now pedal his vaccines!! $$$$ From the news that was coming out of China and Europe in Jan, Feb it was clear that the virus is asymptomatic. US was just to ignorant to listen even the top pandemic guy was clueless.
Tracking Trump and Fauci's tense relationshipThe President and the nation's top expert on infectious diseases expert have had a fractious relationship, as Fauci broke from the administration's rosy messaging on the coronavirus outbreak. Fauci has been wrong every step of the way. 'Facts don't care about your feelings'
In the open: White House advisers tussle over virus responseDisagreements over the White House’s handling of the pandemic are tumbling into public view. The latest tiff started when the administration's trade adviser penned an op-ed skewering Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation’s top infectious disease expert. Trump has failed us all Trump has been a disaster for Americans Seems like the most deaths on the planet are pretty public already guys
With Dr. Fauci, Trump may have picked the one fight he can't win - Business InsiderBusiness Insider is a fast-growing business site with deep financial, media, tech, and other industry verticals. Launched in 2007, the site is now the largest business news site on the web. Look people are dying 130k+ this is not about them is about to keep people safe! Who cares who wins or lose politically ? Why is every article these days about conflict... thats it. Ahhh fauchi is his own enemy.. flipFlopper Trey google
COVID-19 could be controlled in 1-2 months if people wear masks: CDC Director Robert RedfieldCOVID-19 could be controlled in 1-2 months if people wear masks, says CDC Director Robert Redfield. 'If we all rigorously did this, we could really bring this outbreak back to where it needs to be.' It's all politicized now. The WHO says DON'T WEAR A MASK! Take the advice!
In Break With Trump, Sen. Lindsey Graham Praises Dr. Anthony Fauci'I have all the respect in the world for Dr. Fauci.' Ooohhh. Daddy Trump is gonna be mad at you FUK LINDSEY GRAHAM! He’s only doing that to get re-elected. He’s a rat jumping off of a sinking ship.
White House claims it didn't sign off on Peter Navarro's anti-Fauci op-ed - Business InsiderBusiness Insider is a fast-growing business site with deep financial, media, tech, and other industry verticals. Launched in 2007, the site is now the largest business news site on the web. White House speak with forked tongue. Navarro’s op-Ed was accurate. I don’t see the problem with it. That means they signed off on it.