Dr. Fauci: US is not ‘in total control’ of COVID-19 pandemic

The United Nations Security Council is reportedly expected to adopt a resolution that calls for an immediate halt in global hostilities - to focus on the COVID-19 pandemic, according to documents seen by CNN.
In the United States, the virus remains a major threat and it may be a while before the numbers start dropping.
"Clearly we are not in total control right now," says Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute for Allergy and Infectious Diseases.
The number of known COVID-19 cases in the United States doubles every month, according to Johns Hopkins University.
"We need a national order for everyone to wear masks. We need six foot distancing nationally, avoiding crowded places nationally and we all have to do that together," says Dr. Fauci.
At least 19 states have decided to halt or roll back reopening plans just ahead of the Fourth of July holiday weekend.
Some of Florida’s beaches will be closed after a surge that on Tuesday saw more than 6,000 new cases.
"We don't have a lot of tools left in the kit right now, so you know, we're trying everything we can to stop the spread and reverse what is a very enormous spike in our community and in our state,” says Mayor Dan Gelber, Miami Beach.
The European Union is reopening its borders to 15 countries, but not to travelers from the United States.