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@chrislhayes : There was basically no flu season in the U.S. this winter. Turns out, when you take steps to make it harder for germs to travel from person to person, you suppress infectious diseases.

@chrislhayes : There was basically no flu season in the U.S. this winter. Turns out, when you take steps to make it harder for germs to travel from person to person, you suppress infectious diseases.

There was basically no flu in the U.S. this winter. Turns out, public health measures really do reduce the spread of infectious diseases.

There was basically no flu in the U.S. this winter. Turns out, when you take steps to make it harder for germs to travel from person to person, you suppress infectious diseases.

Infectious diseases specialist Dr. Isaac Bogoch explains why the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine is “very, very versatile.” Read more here:

From vaccines to variants - Have a #COVID19  question? Email us at globalnewsmorningt @globalnews .ca and we'll pose your questions to Infectious Diseases physician @BogochIsaac  Monday on Global News Morning at 7:30 a.m.

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With many newly emerging infectious human diseases originating in animals, there is an urgent need to monitor the legal trade in wildlife, according to new research by Vincent Nijman, Professor in Anthropology at @oxford_brookes .

The nation’s top infectious diseases expert Dr. Anthony Fauci, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky, and other members of the team are holding a COVID briefing at 11 a.m.

China will actively participate in international cooperation to prevent and control major infectious diseases: government work report #TwoSessions 

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This week, the Republican Governors of Texas and Mississippi announced an end to all state-imposed mask mandates. Dr. Anthony Fauci, the leading infectious diseases expert in the United States, appeared on CNN to publicly disagree with their decisions.

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Fauci on CNBC: “I've devoted my entire professional life to fighting infectious diseases. This is an outbreak of historic proportions, the likes of which we have not seen in 102 yrs. There's no chance that I'm going to give up on this & walk away from it, no matter what happens”

Insanity. Local television stations owned by Sinclair Broadcast Group are set to air a conspiracy theory over the weekend that suggests Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation's top expert on infectious diseases, was responsible for the creation of the coronavirus.

Trump is attacking Fauci - again - on Twitter tonight. The president of the U.S. is attacking the U.S. government's top expert on infectious diseases. Every reporter who said we were seeing a 'new tone' or a 'pivot' from this president on covid should hang their heads in shame.

As the WH attempts to the destroy the reputation of one of the world’s premier infectious diseases experts, the president is retweeting the Covid conspiracy theories of the former host of “The Love Connection”.

Within five days: - LTC Vindman, the Purple Heart recipient, determines his military career is over - Roger Stone, the convicted felon, is pardoned - Dr. Anthony Fauci, the infectious diseases expert, is back-stabbed by the WH in the midst of a worsening pandemic.

Asked why Dr. Fauci isn't at today's briefing, Trump said, "He's not here because we weren't discussing what he's best at." Fauci is best at mitigating infectious diseases, according to his credentials, and sits on the coronavirus task force.

Just to say again, the answer to “who could’ve predicted this?” is everyone who studies infectious diseases.

Anthony Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, was scheduled to go on all 5 Sunday talk shows and then Pence was put in charge of the coronavirus response and he was ordered to cancel

Just finished interview with Dr. Fauci, US director of infectious diseases. Hour-long interview. Detailed. He said: We're dealing with clearly an emerging infectious disease that has “now reached outbreak proportions and likely pandemic proportions.”

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