In Tuesday’s briefing with the White House Wuhan virus taskforce, Dr. Anthony Fauci pleaded for young Americans to comply with the Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) guidelines. In particular, Dr. Fauci drove home the importance of younger people staying home, as a duty to those at higher risk for contracting the virus.
Top NIH official Dr. Anthony Fauci: "You don't want to put your loved ones at risk, particularly the ones who are elderly...We can't do this without the young people cooperating." https://t.co/Vd4GRPqqUM pic.twitter.com/hFd6rAoO9v— ABC News (@ABC) March 17, 2020
As Dr. Fauci makes clear, younger Americans can make the most impact by staying home, rather than spreading the virus, even if they are not feeling symptoms:
Dr. Anthony Fauci w/ a stark message to young Americans.— Yamiche Alcindor (@Yamiche) March 17, 2020
He said: "Really try to distance yourself. Don’t get the attitude that I’m young and invulnerable...You are...less vulnerable than I am. However...We can't do this without the young people cooperating. Please cooperate.”
“We can’t do this without the young people cooperating...please cooperate.” -Dr. Fauci pic.twitter.com/TOwFd2wIgh— Dan Scavino Jr.???? (@Scavino45) March 17, 2020
Dr. Fauci has been a resounding voice of reason during the Wuhan virus pandemic, and a level-head during this substantial crisis. Dr. Fauci also praised President Trump’s decisive action in response to the epidemic: