Dr. Fauci says vaccinating people who disregard Covid as ‘fake news’ could be ‘a real problem’

Dr. Anthony Fauci testifies to pandemic before federal response to pandemic

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White House Coronovirus Advisor Drs. Anthony Fauci said Thursday that those who consider coronavirus “fake news” to be vaccinated to prevent the disease may become an issue as the nation seeks to achieve so-called freedom to suppress the epidemic.

“During a conversation with the Hastings Center, Fauci said,” They don’t really think it’s a problem. “Despite a quarter million deaths, more than 11 million infections, 150,000 150,000 new infections a day, they don’t believe it’s real. It’s a real problem.”

Fauci’s remarks with The Hastings Center are similar to those published in an interview with the New York Times on Thursday, where the country’s leading infectious disease specialist said he was “shocked” that people in parts of the country were devastated by Kovid-19. Still consider the ravages of. The epidemic is fake.

Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, estimates that at least 75% of the nation will require vaccination against Kovid-19, although ideally this figure would be higher. Those estimates also come as reports such as Pfizer and Moderna promise preliminary data showing their vaccines to be more than 90% effective at stopping Kovid-19.

“What I want to see is that the overwhelming majority of people get vaccinated so we can really crush this outbreak,” Fauci told Tuesday at The New York Times’ DealBook Conference. “

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