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“Armen.” It is the president’s chief medical adviser and director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, Dr. Anthony Fauci, and CDC director Dr. Rochelle Warrensky concerned about COVID-19 cases and death. That’s what I said when I said. “I’m deeply concerned about this trajectory,” she said on Friday. “We have seen cases and hospitalizations transition from historical declines to stagnation and increase, and from previous surges, if things are not controlled, the epidemic curve can rise again. We know that there is sex. ”With that in mind, this is where Dr. Fauci says you shouldn’t go. Read — and to ensure your health and the health of others, don’t miss these signs that your illness is actually a disguised coronavirus. 1 Dr. Fauci says avoiding travel “The goal is not to open up travel, but to open up things because we are expanding vaccinations,” says Dr. Warensky. Both she and Fauci have told Kaiser Health News to avoid unnecessary trips, but Fauci also told Kaiser Health News: If you are in the highest risk category, do not travel anywhere as much as possible. Or, if you go somewhere, you have a car, you’re alone in the car, you’re not on a crowded subway, on a crowded bus, or flying. For the 25-year-old, who has no underlying requirements, that is very different. 2 Dr. Fauci says he avoids the bar. To quote Fauci: Looking at some of the outbreaks we’ve seen, it’s when people enter bars, crowded bars. As you know, I once went to a bar. I used to like sitting in the bar and drinking burgers and beer. But when you’re at the bar, people are leaning on your shoulders to get a drink, people are thus next to each other. It’s fun because it’s social, but it’s not fun when the virus is in the air. So if you want to crack down, I think it’s a bar for the time being, “he told Kaiser Health News. 3 Dr. Fauci says avoid indoor restaurants Fauci believes that the more restaurants that open indoors, the more likely COVID-19 will spread. “In some situations when you had a restaurant indoors, you had a high degree of infection in your community, [and] You are not wearing a mask, that’s a problem, “Foch said. He said that if you need to eat alone, make sure you have proper ventilation (open windows, proper air filters, etc.) and sit away from others. 4 Dr. Fauci says he avoids gyms and group workouts. “In fact, the CDC came out in very straightforward numbers when I visited the website, showing the potential risk of various types of situations that increase the risk of transmission,” Fauci said. One of them was Jim. In fact, a new CDC report investigated the COVID epidemic at the gym and witnessed it at one facility in Chicago. Infecting others between the date of the test and receiving the test results enhances the need to isolate the infected person while waiting for the COVID-19 test results and avoid gathering while unknowingly infected. I will. 5 Dr. Fauci says he avoids rallies — unless everyone is a small vaccinated gathering, Fauci vaccinated with Moderna will allow vaccinated people to enter their homes. I did, but rarely. “If you have a non-resident in your house, you know that you are vaccinated or that you are testing yourself very often,” he said. “So we are still very careful.” “I know a daughter and a vaccinated husband and wife who came from outside the double vaccinated town, and perhaps you. Use the example of a small gathering in a people’s home where their neighbors have been vaccinated. The relative risk is so low that you don’t have to wear a mask so you can have a good get-together in your house. You can clearly feel that you can. ”6 How to stay safe during this pandemic Follow Fauci’s basics and help end this pandemic no matter where you live. Wear a face mask that fits snugly and has two layers, and do not travel. These to go indoors with unprotected people (especially at bars), practice hand hygiene, vaccinate when available, and save your own life and the lives of others. Do not access any of the 35 locations of you are most likely to catch a COVID.