Fauci to warn Senate of ’needless suffering and death’ if US reopens too soon

Fauci to warn Senate of ’needless suffering and death’ if US reopens too soon

Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, is expected to warn the US Senate against the reopening of the economy too soon which, he said, could lead to ’needless suffering and death’, the New York Times reported. Fauci is set to testify Tuesday before the Senate Health Education, Labor and Pensions Committee.

tenoclock 2 weeks

Get ready for endless articles sucking him off and claiming that every death is somehow orange man's fault.

IIzard 2 weeks

Compared to the current needless suffering from economic ruin

Raf 2 weeks

What about sweden?

Skot 2 weeks

Go away Fauci. You've done your worst.

MF 2 weeks

This guy is why Trump didn't follow his instincts and weather the storm. Fauci was a dem plant to ruin our economy.

Chris Cahill
Chris Cahill 2 weeks

Now can we get an economist and physiologist to testify to the senate about lives lost due to lockdown

John W
John W 2 weeks

You have already funded China to create the virus. You should be fired or locked up for that.

Paris Cloud
Paris Cloud 2 weeks

This jerk said I could have sex with randos from dating apps. Then it's found out the virus could spread through semen. Even if it didn't spread that way, wouldn't it be violating the social distancing guidelines in the first place? I extremely dislike the new commenting rules for bad words. Not even sure what word I've used is bad. Is it jerk, sex, randos, or semen?

Angry-Man 2 weeks

Opening the economy back up too slowly will just leave it crippled! Take your pick deaths from COVID-19 or Starvation, I would rather die of COVID-19 it’s quicker!

Sebastian 2 weeks

Newsvoice has become a echochamber for everything trump. everyones just sucking themselves off here in the comments and only manage to put out mildly to heavily absurd conspiracies

Seekster 2 weeks

Fauci is a good doctor, an economist he is not. The direct effects of the Coronavirus pale in comparison to continued economic suffering.

tsylana 2 weeks

What are all the Fauci defenders going to do now?

Jack 2 weeks

Sounds like a lot of folks want to ignorantly take the jump, so let them.

Foofie Dumplings
Foofie Dumplings 2 weeks

This country is too incompetent to manage a crisis like this, we just have to tough it out 😒

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