Top Stories

States might not need an ‘absolute shutdown’ again, Dr. Fauci says


States with growing coronavirus outbreaks might not need to shut down again like many did in March, but they might need to consider pausing or rolling back stages of reopening, White House coronavirus advisor Dr. Anthony Fauci said Tuesday.

Fauci specifically cited Texas, Arizona, Florida and other states with “a serious problem” as places that might need to consider such measures. 

“I wouldn’t necessarily say an absolute shutdown, lockdown, but if someone is going from gateway to phase one to phase two and they get into trouble in phase two, they may need to go back to phase one,” Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, told members of Congress…


Homebuilders see strongest May sales in over a decade, but they have a big problem

Previous article

Here’s everything coming to HBO Max in July 2020, and what’s leaving

Next article

You may also like

Leave a Reply

Notify of

More in Top Stories