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Fauci Tells Americans To Double Down On COVID Precautions

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This month there have been major virus breakthroughs from Moderna, BioNTech, and Pfizer. All three announced that their COVID-19 vaccine candidates had passed phase 3 testing. Dr. Anthony Fauci is the nation's leading expert on COVID-19. He said that Americans should take the breakthroughs as more reason to combat "COVID fatigue." At a New York Times conference Fauci said "The cavalry is on the way."

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