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After the initial lockdown in the spring, the idea of shutting down the economy and forcing people to hunker down doesn't sit well with many Americans. However, as we are currently in the midst of a major COVID-19 surge, with infections, hospitalizations, and deaths spiking across the country, it could be a reality. During a Facebook Live discussion with Colorado Governor Jared Polis, Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation's leading infectious disease expert and Director of the National Institutes of Health, revealed exactly what needs to happen to avoid another lockdown. Read on to hear his warning, and to ensure your health and the health of others, don't miss these Sure Signs You've Already Had Coronavirus."It May Come to Lock Down," Says Dr. Fauci, Unless We All Pitch InFauci explained that one of the main issues with locking down is that people tend to throw in the towel. "The governor mentioned this idea about COVID fatigue — that if you locked down, you might actually discourage people enough that they just throw their hands up and say, you know, 'Enough of this, I don't want any part of this.'"However, "It may come to lock down," he admitted. "I think if you start to see overrunning of your hospitals and your healthcare systems, I can assure you that there will be serious consideration for lockdown."The only way to avoid the economy from shutting down is by following Fauci's fundamentals. "What I've been saying now for weeks and weeks, if not months, is that you don't have to resort to lock down if you uniformly do the four or five things that we talk about — the masks, the distance, the avoiding crowds, the indoor issues that you want to wear a mask, you want to do things more outdoors than indoors," he explained. RELATED: COVID Symptoms Usually Appear in This Order, Study FindsWe Must All Follow the Fundamentals, Says Fauci"If everybody did that across the board, I will guarantee you that you will turn around the dynamics of the outbreak and you would not have to go to lock down." However, the main issue is that some people follow the fundamentals, while others don't adhere to "interventions that we know work," which can be demonstrated by individual states and countries. "If you look at country for country or state for state, and you compare those that are comparable demographically, those that mitigate turn things around," he pointed out. "Those that don't, the projection of the outbreak continues, and that's just a fact." So follow Fauci's fundamentals—wear a face mask, social distance, avoid large crowds, don't go indoors with people you're not sheltering with, practice good hand hygiene and to protect your life and the lives of others, and don't visit any of these 35 Places You're Most Likely to Catch COVID.
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Effective coronavirus vaccines are ready to be distributed, awaiting emergency authorization from the US Food and Drug Administration—it's "the light at the end of the tunnel," says Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation's leading infectious disease expert. But the question remains: Who gets one first? Before the decision is made, vaccine advisors to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) had to vote, and submit their opinion to the Food and Drug Administration (the FDA). That happened today and the results are in, via a 13-1 vote: Those in long-term care facilities and health care personnel should get the vaccine first, says the CDC. Read on to see what that means for you, and to ensure your health and the health of others, don't miss these Sure Signs You've Already Had Coronavirus.Long-Term Care Facility Residents and Health Care Personnel Should Get the Vaccine First, the CDC Recommends"Long-term care facility residents are defined as adults who reside in facilities that provide a variety of services, including medical and personal care, to persons who are unable to live independently," the CDC said. "Health care personnel are defined as paid and unpaid persons serving in health care settings who have the potential for direct or indirect exposure or infectious materials."The decision echoes what Dr. Fauci has been predicting all along.Fauci had previously told MSNBC that "by the time we get into December, we'll be able to have doses available for people who are judged to be at the highest priority." In another interview with PBS, Fauci revealed that those "higher priority groups" would be determined "according to the recommendation of the CDC." "I think certainly the healthcare workers are going to be among those," said Dr. Fauci, when Chuck Todd on Meet the Press said he presumed they'd be in pole position. "I don't know exactly what the precise final decision is going to be. Certainly healthcare workers will be up there. There may be others….I'm going to be coming in, meeting with the CDC and making those kinds of decisions," he said. "But if you look at the number of healthcare workers, obviously you're going to have to do it in a graded way. I mean, we don't have enough vaccines right now in the first, you know, in the last week or two or three of December to be able to get everybody who needs to. And that's the reason why, what happens is that a certain amount of vaccine gets shipped locally to the States. And then the final decision of how to do that properly will be left up to the States with strong recommendations from the CDC."Todd then asked about specific groups of people. When would those in a senior facility or nursing home get the vaccine? "Again, I don't want to get ahead of the advisory committee, but I can tell you what likely will happen," said Fauci. "You know, if you look at the number of people who are in what's called official nursing homes, there's about 1.5 million people. If you look at the people who are the staff, that staff, those official nursing homes, that's about another 1.5 million. So you probably have around 3 million people. I think you can get them protected reasonably soon, because obviously they're very vulnerable. And then you go down the list of people who are elderly with, or without underlying conditions. And you get the different priorities."RELATED: COVID Symptoms Usually Appear in This Order, Study FindsOthers at High Risk May Be Next in Line for the VaccinePer the CDC, in addition to age, there are a number of underlying medical conditions that would deem an adult of any age to be at an increased risk for severe illness from the virus that causes COVID-19. These include cancer, chronic kidney disease, COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease), heart conditions, such as heart failure, coronary artery disease, or cardiomyopathies, immunocompromised state (weakened immune system) from solid organ transplant, obesity (body mass index [BMI] of 30 kg/m2 or higher but < 40 kg/m2), severe obesity (BMI ≥ 40 kg/m2), pregnancy, sickle cell disease, smoking, and type 2 diabetes mellitus.Todd then asked about kids. There haven't been many trials of the vaccine on them. "It's going to be months" longer before children will get vaccinated, said Fauci.RELATED: Simple Ways to Never Age, According to ExpertsHow to Survive the Pandemic Until the Vaccine ArrivesHealthy adults may be able to take the vaccine come April, Fauci predicted. Until then, "if you have a really good attention to the public health measures, I believe we can prevent the acceleration of that surge that we're seeing," says Dr. Fauci. So do things "like wearing masks, uniformly; keeping distance; avoiding crowds in congregate settings, particularly indoor; washing hands frequently" and to get through this pandemic at your healthiest, don't miss these 35 Places You're Most Likely to Catch COVID.
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We are entering into the final month of 2020, marking the year anniversary since the first cases of COVID-19 were detected in Wuhan, China. While a vaccine is just days to weeks away (for those at high risk), the biggest health crisis of our generation isn't over yet. In fact, according to Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation's leading infectious disease expert and Director of the National Institutes of Health, the next month will likely be devastating. During a Facebook Live discussion with Colorado Governor Jared Polis, Fauci declared the next 30 days will involve "precarious risk." Read on to hear his warning, and to ensure your health and the health of others, don't miss these Sure Signs You've Already Had Coronavirus.Dr. Fauci Says "It's in Our Hands Right Now" to Mitigate DisasterFauci described the recent surge of cases, hospitalizations, and deaths as "quite problematic," pointing out that despite his persistent warnings and pleadings with Americans to mitigate the risk before the temperature dropped, his predictions are coming true. "We anticipate, given the numbers of people that have traveled and that have engaged in the kinds of family and friends, gatherings, indoors for dinners and other gatherings, that what we are likely going to see, a surge upon a surge," he revealed. "And what I mean by that is that the numbers were already going up. You usually see about two and a half to three weeks following an event that precipitates new infections. Traveling is an event. Holiday gathering is an event. Indoor types of congregate settings is an event."Now that the "event" has occurred, "we're going to be seeing the result of that in the next couple of weeks."While many people are looking at the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays as two separate events, Fauci is lumping them together. "I think we're going to be looking at 30 or more days of a period of time of precarious risk," he revealed. "Even though we're so called out of the Thanksgiving season, we are rapidly going to emerge into the season of people shopping, crowding, preparing, perhaps even the ill-advised office parties, if they can exist anymore. And then the Christmas holidays, and then New Year's Eve and New Year's Day. So we have about a month or more of a situation where it is in our hands right now to see if we can mitigate it."RELATED: COVID Symptoms Usually Appear in This Order, Study FindsFollow Dr. Fauci's Fundamentals to Stay AliveFauci's recommended mitigation tools haven't changed. "I have been reiterating over and over the uniform wearing of masks, physical distancing, avoiding crowds and congregate settings, particularly indoors, doing outdoors — and we realize sometimes the weather does not permit this — but as much as you possibly can outdoors versus indoors and wash your hands frequently." Additionally he suggests avoiding "the things that we know are pleasant and desirable though they're dangerous now — like family and friends getting together 10, 12 people inside a house with poor ventilation in a situation where a single person who is without symptoms and infected can infect several of the people in there, including those who are vulnerable to severe consequences," he continued. So follow Fauci's fundamentals—wear a face mask, social distance, avoid large crowds, don't go indoors with people you're not sheltering with, practice good hand hygiene and to protect your life and the lives of others, and don't visit any of these 35 Places You're Most Likely to Catch COVID.
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