Dr. Anthony Fauci: Time To "Double Down"; New Virus Is More Virulent

Dr. Anthony Fauci Talks About The New Strain Of COVID   CBS Interview On Sunday, January 24th This week, on CBS'  Face The Nation Sunda...

Dr. Anthony Fauci Talks About The New Strain Of COVID 

 CBS Interview On Sunday, January 24th

This week, on CBS' Face The Nation Sunday Morning, Dr Anthony Fauci said that scientists in England think the new strain of COVID-19 not only spreads more easily but is also more virulent, leading to more serious illness and more frequent hospitalizations. 

Earlier Interview, On Sunday, January 17th

On Meet The Press with Chuck Todd

In an earlier interview, Sunday, January 17th, on Meet The Press, Dr. Anthony Fauci discussed the new mutation of COVID-19 which spreads from one person to another much more easily. It has made case numbers in England skyrocket and England has had to enter a new prolonged lockdown.

Dr. Fauci said, in part: "When you have a variant that's really very, very difficult - in the sense that it's more contagious...

"One, double down on the public health measures we've been talking about all the time - be very compulsive... Everybody wear a mask. Keep the distance. Avoid congregate settings.

"But also: The easiest way to evade the negative effect of this new isolate is to just - when these vaccines become available - is people should just get vaccinated.

"If ever there was a clarion call for people to put aside vaccine hesitancy... if we can get the overwhelming majority of people vaccinated we'd be in very good shape".


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