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Health & Fit Dr. Fauci Warns Be “Really Careful” Doing This

02:05  23 february  2021
02:05  23 february  2021 Source:   eatthis.com

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  I'm a Doctor and These Four Words Could Save Your Life The number one mistake you can make is not wearing a mask. Here’s the bottom line: Don’t share your air. Wear a mask.The pandemic response has been somewhat confusing, since the CDC and WHO agreed too late that people should wear masks to help prevent transmission of the deadly virus. That should have happened as soon as the disease left Wuhan and crossed the international borders. Unfortunately, that occurred over 30 days after the WHO declared the Coronavirus-2019 to be a global pandemic.

Dr . Fauci also touched upon the comparison some people have been making between the COVID-19 death rate and the death rate of automobile accidents and cigarette smoking. He doesn't care for the comparisons because automobile accidents and health issues caused by cigarettes don't threaten to overwhelm our healthcare system. He also pointed out that we take a number of precautions to lower the risk of death for those things, which is what we ' re doing now for COVID-19. "If there's something that can mitigate it and keep it from getting out of control, it is worth doing .

"We got to be really careful and not just say, ' We ' re finished now, we ' re through it,'" Fauci said. Fauci acknowledged that vaccines are working against the current variants, but said the virus could bounce back at any time if new strains pop up or get out of control. "Rather than even think about declaring victory and saying, 'Well, we have herd immunity, we ' re in good shape,' we've got to keep pushing and pushing because this thing can bounce back with the variants very, very quickly," Fauci said.

Every day more and more Americans are receiving the COVID-19 vaccine. That, with the public’s adherence to many of the recommended tools to prevent the spread of the virus—mask wearing, social distancing, practicing hand hygiene, and avoiding crowds included—have caused the number of total infections, hospitalizations, and deaths to decline. However, there is one major thing that could come between this positive trend, according to Dr. Anthony Fauci, the chief medical advisor to the President and the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. In an interview with Good Morning America’s George Stephanopoulos, he revealed that one attitude could be devastating, reversing the current trajectory of the virus. Read on—and to ensure your health and the health of others, don't miss these Sure Signs You've Already Had Coronavirus.

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Dr . Fauci remarks on grim milestone of 500,000 dead from COVID-19. Biden’s chief medical adviser discusses the staggering number of lives lost due to the pandemic and how the country will get its vaccine distribution back on track after weather delays. Go Nakamura/Getty Images. As the United States nears 500,000 COVID-19 deaths, Dr . Anthony Fauci told "Good Morning America" on Monday that the U.S. has " done worse than most any other country" in the battle against the coronavirus, despite being a "highly developed, rich country." "It's so tough to just go back and try and, you know

Likewise, Dr . Fauci is especially worried about four states right now that are seeing concerning increases in positive coronavirus cases. The latest coronavirus updates from one of the most trusted and highest-profile voices amid the ongoing pandemic haven’t been particularly encouraging, to put it mildly. “That’s a surefire sign that you’ve got to be really careful ,” Fauci said during an interview on ABC’s Good Morning America . “And if you are trying to open, please do it in a way that’s in accordance with the guidelines. The guidelines that we carefully put together some time ago.”

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Dr. Fauci Warns You Don’t Let Down Your Guard

“The numbers are coming down,” Dr. Fauci confirmed. “When you look at the daily curves and the seven day averages, as you're showing on the screen, there it's dramatically down with a sharp deflection.”

However, while this is something to celebrate, it doesn’t mean that the pandemic is over, mostly due to one factor. “We've gotta be really careful and not just say, ‘Okay, now we're finished. Now we're through it.’ We have variants out there that could actually set us back,” he revealed.

The good news? “I mean, fortunately, the vaccines that we are distributing now work well against the UK variant, which looks like it's becoming more dominant in this country. We have the South African variant. It's not dominant. It looks like the 117 from the UK is going to take over as the dominant. We do have a good vaccine against that.”

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White House Coronavirus Task Force member Dr . Anthony Fauci repeatedly dodged questions on mail-in voting and the 2020 election during an interview with the Washington Post this week, expressing fear they could be turned into “soundbites.” After Washington Post reporter Jacqueline Alemany asked , “ Do you think that Alemany moved on to a similar question, asking, “Okay, so with poll workers, for example, who are disproportionately older demo, and they’re having to do this task that involves them interacting with hundreds of people in the middle of the pandemic, how is … are you worried about that?”

Dr . Anthony Fauci , director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and member of the White House Coronavirus Task Force, says “we are not in a situation where we can say we are exactly where we want to be with regard to testing” capacity for COVID-19 in the U.S. While Trump has repeatedly discussed reopening the country’s economy sooner rather than later, Fauci cautions that “we better be really careful as we move forward.” Not all parts of the country may be returning to pre-COVID-19 activities at the same time, or in the same way, he says.

However, we all need to do our part. “Rather than even think about declaring victory and saying, ‘Well, we have herd immunity. We're in good shape'. We've got to keep pushing and pushing because this thing could bounce back with the variance very, very quickly. We cannot declare victory because that curve is coming down so sharply.”

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How to Stay Safe During This Pandemic

So follow Fauci’s fundamentals and help end this surge, no matter where you live—wear a face mask that fits snugly and is double layered, don’t travel, social distance, avoid large crowds, don't go indoors with people you're not sheltering with (especially in bars), practice good hand hygiene, get vaccinated when it becomes available to you, and to protect your life and the lives of others, don't visit any of these 35 Places You're Most Likely to Catch COVID.

Dr Fauci advises Americans not to travel for Christmas

  Dr Fauci advises Americans not to travel for Christmas Dr Anthony Fauci has once again advised against festive travel plans and gatherings after the Centers for Disease and Prevention Control (CDC) urged people to stay home for Christmas. During an interview with MSNBC, Fauci was asked whether Americans should cancel their travel plans for Christmas. 'I think they're going to have to make individual decisions, but I think we need to, as a nation, seriously consider the things that we in the public health arena have been talking about, of minimizing travel to the extent possible,' Fauci responded.

Luckily, Dr . Anthony Fauci is here to clear up the confusion. On Tuesday the nation's leading infectious disease expert and key member of the White House Coronavirus Task Force, spoke with Good Morning America's Amy Robach, discussing the latest hot topics surrounding COVID-19. Read on, and to ensure your health and the health of others, don't miss these Sure Signs You've Already Had Coronavirus.1 Dr . Fauci Says President Trump Trusts His AdviceFauci maintains that he has a good relationship with President Donald Trump.

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Now Dr. Fauci says new UK COVID-19 variant IS more deadly .
Fauci on Monday also said the US might need to 'upgrade' its vaccines to work against the South African variant - but then insisted the vaccines are still effective against it.His warning came a week after he went against British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and said the UK variant wasn't more deadly. Johnson said at a press briefing in London that the new strain was between 30 and 40 percent more deadly, but offered no data to back-up the frightening statistic.

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