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Anthony Fauci

"Thus far, it does not look like there's a great degree of severity to it," Dr. Anthony Fauci said of the COVID variant's effects, while urging Americans to stay vigilant.
Dr. Anthony Fauci went after a Fox News reporter after she compared him to Nazi war criminal Josef Mengele, aka, the “The Angel of Death.”
The nation’s top infectious diseases expert slammed the Fox Nation host’s comments as absolutely preposterous, disgusting and unconscionable.
The Auschwitz Museum said the Fox Nation host had blocked it on Twitter.
The “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” host also debuted a damning new nickname for extremist Republican Rep. Lauren Boebert.
Prominent Jewish groups spoke out after Logan compared Fauci to a Nazi doctor who experimented on death camp prisoners.
The Fox News host continued the right's attack on the infectious disease expert after Fauci snapped back at Ted Cruz.
Logan claimed "people all across the world are saying this" about the leading infectious disease expert.
He said the COVID-19 variant will "inevitably" come to the U.S. if it is not already here and warned that it is "going to have an advantage in transmissibility."
"What happened on Jan. 6, senator?” Fauci said, responding to Republican lawmakers' latest attack against him.
The virus has been described as a "variant of concern" by WHO officials.
He appealed to former Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney to boot Fauci because Donald Trump was busy and "I'm an economics guy," he told Steve Bannon.
The infectious disease expert explained why he considers criticism from the Fox News personality a "badge of honor."
The immunologist stressed that unvaccinated Americans remain by far the most vulnerable to severe illness and death linked to the coronavirus.
“If you look at the data that’s been made public, the data look good," the nation's top infectious disease expert said Sunday.
A federal health panel has recommended that J&J recipients receive a booster shot.
The nation’s top infectious disease expert said the holiday is a “good time to reflect on why it’s important to get vaccinated."
The White House chief medical adviser stressed, however, that such a pill should in no way replace getting vaccinated against the virus.
Dr. Anthony Fauci said the Pfizer vaccine for children ages 5 to 11 may get approved by the end of October.