Fauci says more extensive blockages are unlikely to be needed in the fight against viruses


The United States does not need further blockages to contain its COVID-19 epidemic, despite the fact that the national daily infection rate has remained stable, chief government expert Anthony Fauci said on Thursday. Speaking to the AFP, the doctor added that he was optimistic that the world would soon have a vaccine that would end the pandemic, calling the results of the first trials “encouraging”.

“I don’t think we’re going to talk about going back to the lockdown,” he said when asked if places like California and Texas that are seeing their workloads increase should reissue orders from home support.


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