Doughnuts with Dr. Fauci's face selling like hot cakes at NY shop

Carla Harmon
March 28, 2020

"We're bipartisan, we stay neutral, but you've got to give credit where credit's due", he continued. Bars, restaurants and several other non-essential businesses have been forced to close in many states as part of a widespread public safety measure.

Donuts Delite expected to sell a few hundred of the specialty doughnuts and ended up selling thousands.

The United States will likely see another cycle of the coronavirus sometime after the current outbreak has ended, but entire cities will not be need to be closed down again because of what is being learned now, the government's top infectious diseases expert said on Thursday.

Fauci made two issues in reaction. "Even though you are young, you are not absolutely invulnerable for sure, because we're seeing cases, a lot of them have some underlying diseases but several don't, who are young people, 30s, 40s, who are getting sick", he said. "So that you cannot only protect yourself, get back to work, get back to your job, but you'll be able to have what you refer to as herd immunity-enough people have recovered in the community, that gives the virus very little chance to spread rapidly". "You can do that and still get back to a sort of normal life". "'I'm young, I'm healthy, ' but then you go home, you infect grandma, grandpa and you're sick uncle", he said. "The reason it's different is that it's very, very much more transmissible than the flu and, more importantly, it's significantly more serious", Fauci responded, according to Yahoo News.

While there are some areas in the country less affected than NY, which is now over 30,000 cases, Fauci repeatedly warned to proceed with caution-in part because he expects a second wave of the virus at some point in the future.

He also cautioned people to be "careful" about taking such drugs as it could cut the supply for people who have the diseases they're used for, and said "there may be some toxicity". "Thank you, Steph and Dr. Fauci".

Stating that that there's no way of actually knowing when the pandemic will end, Anthony said people can start talking about going back to normality when "the curve start to come down".

The Warriors star and his wife Ayesha also started a fundraiser to help fight hunger during the coronavirus pandemic, and has been an outspoken advocate of social distancing and listening to science as the world deals with the COVID-19 threat.

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