In a recent virtual conference, Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation's leading infectious disease expert, has said when he thinks people will begin to feel the slow process of normal life returning back to the US.
Over the weekend, Dr. Fauci spoke at the Association of Performing Arts Professionals' virtual conference and said that this year Americans will begin to feel the effects of normal life coming back into society. With the assistance of coronavirus vaccines being rolled out around the country, Dr. Fauci thinks that by "early to mid-fall," Americans can expect to feel the return of normal life.
For example, by early to mid-fall, Dr. Fauci said that "you can have people feeling safe performing onstage as well as people in the audience" at movie theaters again. However, Dr. Fauci said that theaters would be required to have adequate air ventilation systems in place, as well as proper filters. Those theaters that already have good ventilation can "start getting back to almost full capacity" in terms of seating.
Dr. Fauci said, "We'll be back in the theaters - performers will be performing, audiences will be enjoying it. It will happen." For more information on this story, visit this link here.
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