“It can be confusing because you may see a lag and a delay, because often you have to wait a few weeks before you see the effect of what you’re doing right now,” warned Dr. Anthony Fauci, the director of National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases on MSNBC.
Texas announced in March that they dropped all Covid-19 restrictions, and despite all that cases and hospitalizations have continued to tick downward. Fauci was asked to explain on how safe it is to get back to normal life?
“I mean, when you say that they’ve they’ve had a lot of activity on the outside like ball games, I’m not really quite sure it could be. They’re doing things outdoors. You know, it’s very difficult to just one on one compare that you just have to see in the long range. I hope they continue to tick down. If they do, that would be great. But there’s always the concern when you pull back on methods, particularly things like indoor dining and bars that are crowded, you can see a delay and then all of a sudden tick right back up. We’ve been fooled before by situations where people begin to open up, nothing happens. And then all of a sudden, several weeks later, things start exploding on it. So we’ve got to be careful. We don’t prematurely judge that.”
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