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Rand Paul Gives Misleading Information


Sen. Rand Paul gave an interview with Fox News, where he gave very misleading information about the COVID-19 virus. He claimed that the millions of people who have survived COVID-19 should "celebrate" because they are "now immune" from the virus. "We should tell them to celebrate. We should tell them to throw away their masks, go to restaurants, live again, because these people are now immune." His comments contradict public health guidance. Business Insider reports there is no evidence people who have recovered from the disease have established immunity from it. The Republican senator of Kentucky also took aim at the country's top infectious disease expert, Dr. Anthony Fauci.

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