At a World Economic Forum event Monday, Dr. Fauci said of COVID-19: "If we all pulled together as a society, we would be much, much better off."
Fauci said on Tuesday that those who remain unvaccinated against COVID-19 "are going to get the brunt of the severe aspect of this."
"One of the things we hope for is that this thing will peak after a period of a few weeks and turn around," Fauci said.
The nationwide picture is unclear, but many of those in COVID-19 hospitalization statistics are not there primarily because of the coronavirus.
Dr. Anthony Fauci told CNN it was "reasonable" to test people who have no COVID-19 symptoms after five days.
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The country's top infectious disease expert expressed his support for an air travel vaccine mandate earlier this week, saying it would help get more people vaccinated.
Dr. Anthony Fauci told CNN that the new guidelines would let the economy run "not with a zero risk, but with a markedly diminished risk."
Nelson told CNN that companies asked for the change over staffing issues, and Delta's statement "had not an ounce of public safety in it."
Dr. Anthony Fauci said Trump's mixed signals on the vaccines in the early stages of the pandemic produced a "lingering effect" among Americans.
The CDC announced new guidelines for healthcare workers' isolation periods last week. Now essential workers may be next.
"I would say, 'I'm very sorry, but not this time,'" the nation's top infectious-disease expert said on MSNBC as Omicron cases continued to spike.
"The only thing that I have ever done throughout these two years is to encourage people to practice good public-health practices..." Fauci said.
The nation's top infectious disease expert said he hopes that there will be a "degree of immunity in the community" after the Omicron wave.
Dr. Anthony Fauci emphasized that the Omicron variant will add "a significant stress on the hospital system as well as on the healthcare workers."
Dr. Francis Collins spoke with CBS's "Face the Nation" on Sunday morning and said those traveling this winter "should do so very carefully."
Dr. Anthony Fauci told CNBC vaccinated, boosted people "should feel reasonably comfortable" to travel and gather for the holidays.
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