Dr. Fauci: US could be turning the corner in COVID-19 battle

Dr. Fauci says the economy in parts of the country could be allowed to reopen as early as next month, a "rolling re-entry."

News 12 Staff

Apr 13, 2020, 10:33 AM

Updated 1,522 days ago

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Some cautious optimism from Dr. Anthony Fauci. The top doctor says the United States seems to be turning a corner in the battle against coronavirus.
"When you look at the admissions, the hospitalizations, the intensive care and the need to intubate, that not only has flattened, it's started to turn a corner, so that's where we're hopeful. And it's, you know, cautious optimism that we are seeing that decrease," says Dr. Fauci.
Dr. Fauci spoke on CNN's "State of the Union" Sunday. He says the economy in parts of the country could be allowed to reopen as early as next month, a "rolling reentry."
Factors include the region of the country, the nature of the outbreak it already experienced and the possible threat of another outbreak.


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