Is the White House a superspreader? This is what Fauci has to say

Is the White House a superspreader? This is what Fauci has to say
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Anthony Fauci, who is the United States’ top infectious disease expert, recently stated that the event that was held at the White House was a “superspreader event.” Apparently, a lot of people got infected on the 26th of September, including the President and the First Lady.

 

According to Fauci, “I think the data speak for themselves. We had a superspreader event in the White House. And it was in a situation where people were crowded together and were not wearing masks, so the data speak for themselves.”

 

It seems that at that event, around 30 people have contracted the virus, including President Trump, First Lady Melania Trump, Hope Hicks, and Kayleigh McEnany. Fauci has become a voice that the United States of America has learned to trusts. He was also seen correcting Trump when the situation started to escalate. Trump was kept in the hospital for a few days until he decided to return to the White House. He is set to resume his public events and his presidential election campaign on Saturday.

 

Trump’s doctor, Dr. Sean Conley, stated that Trump has “responded extremely well to treatment. since returning home, his physical exam has remained stable and devoid of any indications to suggest progression of the illness.” He took a cocktail of experimental drugs, and he says he’s feeling well.

 

He wants to address supporters on the White House lawn on Saturday. The event was named a peaceful protest for law and order. During this event, the president will make his remarks from the White House balcony. This will be his first in-person appearance since he had been tested positive with the new coronavirus.


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