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Dr. Anthony Fauci warns that US may face real risk if the country reopens

The outbreak of the COVID-19 has indeed proved to be one of the greatest crisis of the decade. The United States of America is one of the most affected countries with a total number of 1,420,000 coronavirus cases recorded in the country while 84,763 have succumbed to the same.

Amidst the chaos created by the coronavirus cases, the US Government are making decisions to ease the restrictions due to the lockdown with around 25 out of the 33 states already starting to lift their lockdown in order to take a step to mend their plunging economy, More than 30 million people have been unemployed in the US.

As a result, the top infectious disease expert of the US Government, Dr. Anthony Fauci who is regarded as the trusted science voice of the Americans has issued a warning that the country would face a real risk and witness another rise in the number of deaths and cases if the US Government lifts the lockdown.

He said that the doctors are still worried and giving their best to ensure the safety of the people fearing the sneaky ways the coronavirus can infect the people. He further stated that the Americans should play safe in this disastrous times and take special care of their children who are liable to catch the infection faster than the adults. He also gave the example of Italy and Lebanon, which partially lifted the lockdown last week and saw a big rise in the number of coronavirus cases across both the countries. Dr. Fauci also said that vaccines and treatments will arrive eventually.

– Christo Freddy, NMTV News

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