When can we get to a level where COVID-19 isn’t so disruptive? Dr. Fauci hopes soon
When can we get to a level where COVID-19 isn’t so disruptive?
It’s the one question that has been on everyone’s mind since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic.
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Dr. Anthony Fauci hopes soon, as long as we get to a manageable level of infections.
"What we would hope is that as we get into the next weeks to a month or so we'll see, throughout the entire country, the level of infection, get to below what I call that area of control, and there's a big bracket of control,” says Fauci. “Control means you're not eliminating it, you're not eradicating it, but it gets down to such a low level that it's essentially integrated into the general respiratory infections that we have learned to live with.”