Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, once again pointed out in an interview on October 31 that the US government’s response to the pandemic could not be worse.
The Washington Post published an interview with Fauci the previous day on the 31st. According to the interview report, the US government played down the threat of the pandemic, held large-scale events with intensive personnel and no masks, and claimed that doctors were exaggerating the impact of the pandemic for profit.
In this regard, Fauci pointed out that the United States will suffer a lot. With the arrival of the cold winter, people will gather more indoors, and the pandemic may worsen. The measures taken by the US government are all wrong and cannot be worsened.
Fauci said that he admired the honesty of White House Chief of Staff Meadows and was able to admit in previous interviews that the government will not control the pandemic.
For the US government’s appointment of Scott Atlas, who has no experience in pandemic disease control, as a consultant to guide the response to the pandemic, Fauci said that Atlas is a smart man who is good at talking about things he doesn’t understand at all, but What he said could not stand scrutiny.
The White House claimed that Fauci’s remarks were politically inclined, and also had a conversation with Fauci to remind Fauci not to forget that he was a member of the White House Coronavirus Response Task Force.
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