Fauci Urges Americans To ‘Hunker Down’ To Fight Virus In The Fall
Given the high number of cases in the country, Dr. Anthony Fauci told a Harvard audience, this fall and winter are "not going to be easy."
US Coronavirus: Americans Need To 'Hunker Down' This Fall And Winter As Covid-19 Pandemic Will Likely Worsen, Fauci Says
Nearly 30 US states are reporting downward trends in Covid-19 cases, but the pandemic will likely worsen again, according to the country's leading infectious disease expert. "We need to hunker down and get through this fall and winter because it's not going to be easy," Dr. Anthony Fauci said Thursday. (Maxouris, 9/11)
Fauci Warns US Needs To 'Hunker Down' For Fall, Winter: 'It's Not Going To Be Easy'
Fauci also reiterated that different U.S. cities should expect to see post-Labor Day surges, with the expert saying last week that the country was heading into the fall with an “unacceptably high” level of COVID-19 cases. “We're right around 40,000 new cases, that's an unacceptably high baseline,” Fauci said at the time. “We've got to get it down, I'd like to see it 10,000 or less, hopefully less.” (Castronuovo, 9/10)
Anthony Fauci On Lessons Learned So Far In The Covid-19 Pandemic
Six months since Covid-19 was declared a pandemic, the world has learned difficult lessons on how to respond — and not respond — to such a crisis... In a Harvard Medical School Grand Rounds session on Thursday, [Anthony] Fauci shared his takeaways on how Covid-19 has been handled and what this crisis can tell us about how to combat the next one. His remarks have been lightly edited for clarity. (Gopalakrishna, 9/10)