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Fauci says he’s 'concerned' Americans won't comply

During an interview with CNN on Sunday, Dr. Anthony Fauci, the former director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, expressed his concerns regarding Americans' compliance with new masking recommendations if the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) were to revert to pandemic-era guidance. Fauci conveyed his worry that people might not adhere to masking recommendations.

Fauci further mentioned that there seems to be a surge in COVID-19 cases, leading to an increase of approximately 18-19 percent in hospitalizations. He emphasized that this trend is certainly moving in the wrong direction.

While discussing the potential for CDC recommendations on wearing masks, Fauci clarified that mandates or forceful actions were not being considered. However, he highlighted the importance of individuals recognizing the risks associated with the virus, especially for those who are elderly or have underlying health conditions. Fauci expressed hope that if the volume of cases reaches a significant level, individuals would consider adhering to the CDC's recommendations on mask-wearing.

Addressing a New York Times article that questioned the effectiveness of masks in reducing the spread of respiratory illnesses, including COVID-19, Fauci acknowledged that there are rigorous studies showing the potential protective benefits of masks at an individual level. However, he noted that the data supporting the impact of masks on the overall epidemic or pandemic are not as robust.

It should be noted that some schools and businesses across the country have reintroduced mask mandates in response to the current situation.

Overall, Dr. Fauci's concerns about Americans not following masking recommendations, the increase in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations, and the ongoing debate on the effectiveness of masks highlight the need for continued vigilance and adherence to public health guidelines.

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Idiot Fauci RESIGN!

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