Footage reappeared on social media Monday featuring Dr. Anthony Fauci telling Americans there’s “no need to change” their daily habits exactly one-year ago as the Coronavirus rapidly spread across the USA.
“We’re having now the beginnings of what is called community spread,” said Dr. Fauci. “Countries other than China are having so many cases.”
“Doctor, how does that change our ability to combat this? Should we be changing our habits?” asked one reporter.
Fauci one year ago (Leap Day 2020): "We're having now the beginnings of what is called community spread…" [Anchor: "Should we be changing our habits?"] "No. Right now at this moment there is no need to change anything you're doing on a day-by-day basis."https://t.co/yOSRc3naTa
— Jerry Dunleavy (@JerryDunleavy) March 1, 2021
Fauci One Year Ago Today: ‘No Need To Change Anything You’re Doing On A Day-By-Day Basis’ https://t.co/bV3rWDF0zn
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) March 1, 2021
“No. Right now there’s no need to change anything you’re doing on a day-by-day basis. The risk is low, but that could change,” said Fauci.
Watch the Doctor’s comments above.
'ROUTINE ERROR': 6,700 North Carolina Residents ‘Incorrectly Told They Have Coronavirus’ via Text
Nearly 7,000 residents in North Carolina were told via text message last week that they tested positive for the Coronavirus despite not actually having contracted the disease.
“More than 6,700 individuals in Mecklenburg County in North Carolina were told in a text message sent from Mecklenburg County Health Department on Friday that they tested positive for COVID-19 and over 500 people were told through a county email that they were also infected with the novel coronavirus. But the results were incorrect due to a technical error by Health Space, the company they use for contact tracing, according to a statement on the county’s website,” reports Fox News.
“An error during routine maintenance last Friday resulted in a county data vendor sending erroneous texts and email messages to people saying they were positive for COVID-19,” the statement on the county website said.
“Very quickly we began to work with the vendor to understand the issue and make sure that it did not continue. Once corrected we were told that 6,727 text messages and 541 emails were sent to individuals who were already in their system. We then worked with the vendor to send a corrected text/email to all that received the erroneous one,” the email stated in part.
Read the full report here.
‘COMFORT’ ARRIVES: US Navy Hospital Ship Arrives in New York Harbor to Help Deal with Coronavirus
The United States Navy Hospital Ship Comfort arrived in New York Harbor Monday morning to help the nation’s largest city cope with the ongoing Coronavirus crisis.
“There she is,” New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said as the ship arrived at Manhattan’s Pier 90.
“If there is ever a time that we need to work together it is today,” he added. “The president is right – this is a war. And what does this nation do when it’s at war? It comes together and it acts as one.”
“This great ship behind me is a 70,000-ton message of hope and solidarity to the incredible people of New York, a place I know very well, a place I love,” said President Trump as the ship left Virginia. “We’re here for you. We’re fighting for you and we’re with you all the way and we always will be.”
— Archive: Dr. Mark T. Esper (@EsperDoD) March 30, 2020
“I’ve been speaking with a number of my colleagues, governors all across the nation, Democrats and Republicans – I’ve said the same message to all of them. What you see happening in New York is not unique,” said Governor Cuomo. “Yes, we are more dense. Yes, we are bigger than most places, but, this virus spreads among Americans. This virus does not discriminate. It does not discriminate by age, it does not discriminate by party, it infects all Americans. And what you are seeing in New York is going to spread across this country.”
Read the full report here.
Source: Fox News