Stop going to bars, Dr. Fauci tells Americans

Grant Boone
June 30, 2020

Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute for Allergy and Infectious Diseases prepares to testify ahead of a Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions (HELP) Committee hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S., June 30, 2020.

Fauci expressed dismay over people congregating in crowds and not wearing masks and inadequate attention being paid to guidelines on reopening.

"There are some states in which the leadership and the decision [to open up] was a little too precipitous", he said.

That might seem tame compared to a new projection from Dr. Anthony Fauci.

Fauci said that he can't make an accurate prediction of the number of cases and deaths the United States will see before the pandemic is over, but said, 'It's going to be very disturbing, I will guarantee you that'.

The White House and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have recommended that states follow a three-phase reopening plan and meet several criteria before proceeding to each phase.

Trump, who refuses to wear a mask at public events and in the past has mocked his rivals for wearing them, has signalled he wants to move on from the coronavirus crisis and focus on his re-election campaign.

During an interview Saturday, the coronavirus task force member said many people took an "all or nothing" approach to distancing guidelines by either completely locking down or ignoring guidelines entirely.

The city of Jacksonville, Florida, location for aspect of the Republican nominating conference in August, said on Twitter that it would demand masks for all general public locations starting up later on Monday. "Anything that encourages the use of masks, whether it be giving away masks or any other mechanism, I am completely in favor of ".

California ordered some bars to close on Sunday, the first major rollback of efforts to reopen the economy in the most populous US state, following Texas and Florida ordering the closure of all their bars on Friday.

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Pence and other top health officials were expected to visit Arizona and Florida later this week.

Fauci said that he's "aspirationally hopeful" that a vaccine for Covid-19 will be ready in early 2021, though he cautioned that there's no guarantee that a safe vaccine will be developed. "It's worked for us, but we clearly need to stay on our game".

Hahn said the guidance will 'provide regulatory clarity around what FDA expects with respect to those data.

Regarding a potential vaccine, Fauci said that while health officials are hopeful, there's "no guarantee" the USA will develop a "safe and effective" vaccine for the coronavirus.

Separately, Redfield said there was "substantial disappointment with American Airlines" when the airline announced it would stop limiting seat sales on airlines. We don't think it's the right message'. "The governors have a big responsibility here but every American has a responsibility". He warned community spread is more hard to contain than spread in single location like a prison or nursing home.

Senators have been weighing another stimulus package in recent weeks as unemployment numbers remain worrisome and economic hardship stemming from the pandemic persists.

But a vaccine is at the very least many months away.

The increase is evident in more than half of the states in the nation.

A CNN poll found that a third of Americans would not get the coronavirus vaccine when it was available, even for a low cost.

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