Dr. Fauci has spoken out in a recent interview about two things that he will be refusing to do while the coronavirus pandemic is happening in the United States.
Dr. Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, recently sat down with MarketWatch for an interview, and throughout the interview, Fauci revealed two things he will be avoiding. In the interview Fauci was asked if he would be willing to get on a plane and travel, his response to the question quite bleak, here's what he said, "I am in a risk category. I don't like to admit it, but I'm 79 years old. I can't think of a reason to go trans-Atlantic."
He continued, "Right now, I'm very sequestered ... I don't fancy seeing myself getting infected, which is a risk when you're getting on a plane, particularly with the amount of infection that's going on right now." The answer to that question led to the next question, which was Fauci's thoughts about going to restaurants. Fauci explains that he won't be going to any restaurants anytime soon and that if he was, he would be targetting restaurants outside and not indoors. If you are interested in some other responses by Fauci, check out the interview here.
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