“Certainly it’s having no impact negatively on our ability, as well as our activity in developing vaccines and developing countermeasures. The medical part of it just keeps going forward,” he told “Good Morning America.”
Fauci added that there is “no appetite” for implementing additional lockdowns for individuals and businesses among the American public. He added that he hopes people can stem the spread of the virus through measures like wearing masks and social distancing.
“You could still get businesses going. You could still get economic forward thinking while you’re doing that. You don’t necessarily have to shut everything down. Hopefully we won’t have to do that. If we can do the public health measures, we wouldn’t have to do that,” Fauci told “Good Morning America.”
“If we could just hang in there, do the public health measures that we’re talking about, we’re going to get this under control, I promise you,” he continued.
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