Dr. Fauci Says 'Bite the Bullet' and Cancel Thanksgiving

Dr. Fauci says he ‘was not invited’ to Trump’s coronavirus briefing

"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, unless you're pretty certain that the people that you're dealing with are not infected".

Fauci detailed his recommendation for Thanksgiving: "I believe given the fluid and dynamic nature of what is going on on proper now within the unfold and the uptick of infections, I believe individuals needs to be very cautious and prudent about social gatherings", he mentioned.

PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP has taken some of his most overt swipes yet at Dr Anthony Fauci, the top infectious disease expert in the United States, while campaigning in North Carolina.

"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.

President Donald Trump is taking some of his most overt swipes yet at Dr. Anthony Fauci while campaigning in North Carolina.

Trump called Fauci a "friend" and a "nice guy" before making up quotes that the doctor never said.

Fauci, who has described the assaults towards him as "weird", pushed again on that criticism on Monday, saying he was extra of a "realist".

The president himself referred to as Fauci an "alarmist" throughout an interview with Chris Wallace on "Fox Information Sunday".

For the second time Thursday, Trump also cited dubious numbers claiming that "85 per cent" of people who wear masks catch the coronavirus.

"He said, 'This is not a threat, this is not a problem, don't worry about it.' It's the craziest thing", 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.

"In the public square, we're seeing a higher degree of vigilance and mitigation steps in many jurisdictions", CDC Director Dr. Robert Redfield said. "Particularly with Thanksgiving coming up, we think it's really important to stress the vigilance of these continued mitigation steps in the household setting".

Next month many families will want to celebrate Thanksgiving however recently reports have shown an uptick in coronavirus cases.



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