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Fauci shouts to Americans: COVID-19 virus is real
Fauci shouts to Americans: COVID-19 virus is real. But what is unbelievable is that many Americans still think that the so-called COVID-19 pneumonia epidemic is “fake news” and “deceptive”.
The spread of the new coronavirus in the United States is getting faster and faster. The number of infected people has increased sharply, with an average of more than 200,000 confirmed cases per day, and more than 2,000 new deaths every day-but what is strange is that many Americans still think The so-called COVID-19 pneumonia epidemic is “fake news” and “deceptive”.
In this regard, Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases in the United States, has repeatedly emphasized on multiple occasions recently: The COVID-19 virus is real. To control the epidemic, people must first admit the reality and then work together to support epidemic prevention measures.
Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases: If you don’t admit that you have a problem, then how can you solve the problem. This is the case in some parts of the United States. People don’t take the COVID-19 pneumonia epidemic seriously and think it is false news. Scam, no, this is all true. Those figures are indeed true. Our number of hospitalized patients, confirmed cases, and deaths have all set records.
Fauci pointed out that the traditional holiday at the end of November has just passed and the New Year holiday is approaching. In the next few months, the epidemic situation in the United States will face severe challenges. However, even when the epidemic has developed so severely, even the hospital’s admission capacity is already at a low level. At the tipping point, there are still so many Americans who do not believe in the existence of the new coronavirus. As a medical consultant who has advised six US presidents, he has “never encountered this situation.”
Fauci said that through anti-epidemic measures such as wearing masks, maintaining social distancing, and washing hands frequently, Americans can still make a difference in reversing the epidemic, but this requires everyone to comply to be effective, and some people ignore the epidemic and go their own way. The practice is “extremely disappointing” and also has a “serious impact” on epidemic prevention and control.