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The White House epidemiologist says “it’s pretty obvious” that the US is not “going in the right direction.”

July 3, 2020

Scientific head in the fight against coronavirus in the United States, Anthony Fauci, said on Thursday that “it is quite obvious” that the North American country is “not going in the right direction” in its response to the coronavirus pandemic.

This was expressed in an interview with JAMA magazine, referring to the process of reopening productive life in the United States under COVID-19 and believing that it is possible to strike a balance between Finding and resuming activities with caution, which can help delay the spread of the pandemic.

In his view, it is not about supporting reopening or public health measures. “There is a feeling (that it’s an all-or-nothing phenomenon),” he complained in the interview collected by CNN television.

The White House epidemiologist says “it’s pretty obvious” that the US is not “going in the right direction.”The White House epidemiologist says “it’s pretty obvious” that the US is not “going in the right direction.”

“It is not public health against reopening,” he said, clarifying that “the best way to safely open the United States is to use public health measures wisely.”