Dr. Anthony Fauci on Sunday changed his tuned – yet again – about the Wuhan coronavirus pandemic. This time, Fauci said Congress needs to pass President Joe Biden’s $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan before kids return to the classroom. According to the infectious disease expert, schools and teachers need “more resources” in order to safely reopen.
“I think that the schools really do need more resources and that’s the reason why the national relief act that we’re talking about getting passed, we need that. The schools need more resources,” Fauci told ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos.
According to the doctor, the Centers for Disease Control’s new guidelines, which include making vaccines for teachers a priority (but not a requirement) and adjusting hybrid and fully in-person learning based on community spread, is the first time the guidelines have been put on paper.
Dr. Fauci tells @gstephanopoulos "schools need more resources" to combat COVID-19 effectively, adding "it can be done."
— This Week (@ThisWeekABC) February 14, 2021
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