85 Comments on "Dr. Fauci: Second wave isn’t inevitable if we do this"

  1. That pool party may not have Corona…but you just know the water is 95% urine

    • And 1000 lbs of fromunda cheese

    • Ethan Weeter | May 27, 2020 at 4:55 PM | Reply

      Corona kind of looks like urine, so maybe Corona got spilled in the pool?🤷‍♂️

    • @Sports Millennials exactly its asymptomatic and people are acting like it’s over

    • @Ethan Weeter it does, I don’t like the taste of it or colour.The smell was practically coming through the monitor.

    • Sports Millennials | May 27, 2020 at 8:03 PM | Reply

      Mor M21 there’s no evidence asymptomatic covid means it’ll be still asymptomatic when it’s spread to another person. Asymptomatic covid spread to an elder with preexisting conditions can very possibly be fatal since their immune system is weaker

  2. Well we know people won’t be doing any of this correctly now don’t we?

    • Helena Hall | May 27, 2020 at 6:35 PM | Reply

      @africansnowqueen You are absolutely correct!!

    • Helena Hall | May 27, 2020 at 6:38 PM | Reply

      @Diane Nolan I agree. Since it’s clear we have no help, we have to take responsibility and do what we can to stop the spread. The problem is, the ones who don’t care is taking us back 100 steps while we try to move forward.

    • Mary Szkuncia | May 27, 2020 at 6:54 PM | Reply

      coda creator wow wonderfully summarized I totally support your view.

    • Mary Szkuncia | May 27, 2020 at 6:56 PM | Reply

      Copy Bloc our health system is the worst in the world, we have to pay a lot, and get nothing in return.

    • @Helena Hall we want it to spread. High infection and low death/ hospitalization. Herd immunity

  3. Angry translation: stupidity is inevitable

  4. I'm right you're wrong | May 27, 2020 at 11:10 AM | Reply

    “If” is too late

  5. I wonder if Fauci gets tired of banging his head against the wall by trying to explain things to Trump*??

    • michelle belle | May 27, 2020 at 7:42 PM | Reply

      Graham ********* can you imagine having to deal with such a pathetic little man as trump.

    • Abe Skywalker | May 27, 2020 at 7:58 PM | Reply

      I wonder if you have sat down to think critically about this so-called Pandemic. Why are they silencing the voices of doctors saying a different version of this issue? Why anyone who dies of anything is now from covid? Why NONE of the NEWS channel you watch have ever interviewed someone with a different opinion? Don’t you get tired of seen everyone agreeing? Welcome to Communism, where if you think different you are assassinated. Maybe America will get a taste of it. Slowly but surely. Online censorship is at is highest. And you probably are not even aware of that. It will be late when the technocratic communism is upon all of us. Watch it coming. Today you think alike but if tomorrow you think different, be ready to face the other side of the coin.

    • YoungJin Noh | May 27, 2020 at 8:27 PM | Reply

      @Devo Well said. But, you built this logic up only to take your point near a conspiracy theory of planting fear in the public. If you can see old people locked up in houses to avoid quick death and even young people suffering home in isolation, you might want to face this fear and want to do something with it?

    • I wonder if Fauci gets tired flip flopping on the virus. One day hes fear mongering and the next hes saying masks dont work.

    • @C.H OK doctor ….

  6. That pool party in Missouri is an introvert’s nightmare

    • Not really. Contrary to popular perception, an introvert can enjoy people. Even introverts need human contact. As long as an introvert has an escape route, they can feel very comfortable around people. The main thing about an introvert is that they don’t recharge their batteries that way. They do that alone or with someone they already know well. A party once a week or once a month can help meet the need for human interaction, even for an introvert. Just don’t trap them there for a long period of time and most introverts will be fine.

    • I would never get in that pool, COVID or not! Can you imagine the bacteria? Just gross.

    • Raven R very interesting. i had to do some fact checking to support your claims aaaand surprise surprise i could find proof that almost ALL of them are accurate. Gilead denies an office in Wuhan. Fauci is Fishy af, looks creepy and is clearly lying. what about? dunno exactly but Snopes said false so nothing to see here, move along….

    • David Coberly | May 27, 2020 at 10:04 PM | Reply

      That is the truth.

    • Scott Johnston | May 27, 2020 at 10:40 PM | Reply

      And now it’s just a nightmare. Introverts have been right all along.

  7. Definition of “diminution.”
    : the act, process, or an instance of becoming gradually less (as in size or importance):
    the act, process, or an instance of diminishing: decrease

  8. The bottomless stupidity of the US population makes a second wave inevitable.

    • Whoa ..El Loco I think you have the wrong Continent it’s Pronounced ( China ) if it weren’t for them we would all still be LIVING Our BEST LIVES ..So once again let me say it (CHINA)

    • @Alex I bet I could shake your family tree and a few idiots would fall out ,right buddy ?

    • @Andrew Porter well aren’t you special , and Bless your heart I do appreciate kindness Whatever makes you feel superior dear

    • trueaudience Exactly, The U.S. public education system is a joke, while their elites are taking the finest private education, most of them are just born to be raised dumb, can you imagine that a lot of Americans think the earth is flat? LoL

    • @Lynn Denault Where do you live may I ask and what makes you an expert in America and it’s people ??

  9. Should rename the country the UNITED STATES OF ME

  10. Mister Sarajevo | May 27, 2020 at 12:02 PM | Reply

    That footage of that pool party in the Ozarks is so embarrassing

    • Pythagoras 1234 | May 27, 2020 at 7:26 PM | Reply

      i’m embarrassed that the mainstream media is still allowing this guy to make public appearances.

    • Tanner Shortnacy | May 27, 2020 at 7:41 PM | Reply

      Keri wish i could have been there.

    • Abe Skywalker | May 27, 2020 at 8:04 PM | Reply

      They are living live without fear. That’s the problem. You are probably under your bed with your head stuck in the floor. This so-called Pandemic is fueled by the fear of those like you. I was blind as well a while back and I woke up. I used to call those doing parties crazy until I started noticing 4 things:
      1. Why is Youtube, Facebook, and Twitter banning doctors and REAL scientists speaking up against the Hospitals and the CDC in which they are pushing for writing in all death certificates “COVID” to increase the numbers. Haven’t you hear? Well, of course, online censorship.
      2. Why 2 of my hospitals were totally empty when my county had close to 50K cases? Where is the pandemic? Why did the video of a guy that showed a totally empty hospital in NYC got banned?
      3. Why did the President of Tanzania send blood of a Goat and a Sheep to WHO and they both tested positive? Is there something FISHY about this?
      4. Why isn’t ANY OF THE MEDIA OUTLETS interviewing people with a different opinion and everyone seems to be saying the exact same thing? Just like in my born communist country where the media was owned by the government following an agenda?
      I started my research and I discovered another truth and this time, I think is the real one. I will leave that to you, and if you ever wake up, you will live free like me and my family. No more fear.

    • Tanner Shortnacy | May 27, 2020 at 8:37 PM | Reply

      Abe Skywalker American media is no different than your home country whether it be Russia China. NK. Any of those countries except in one way. In America our media isn’t controlled by the government in power at the time. It’s controlled by a political party whether they control Washington or not doesn’t matter they always control the media. The narrative.

  11. Theodore Curtis | May 27, 2020 at 12:36 PM | Reply

    Set the example, that’s what a real leader does.

  12. _CDC_ estimates that around 35% of the infected remain asymptomatic, so caution should still be the order of the day.

    • Abe Skywalker | May 27, 2020 at 8:06 PM | Reply

      CDC estimates that because the test that they are using is bullshit. This test looks for a dna molecule present even in people who took the FLU shot. SO the ASYMPTOMATIC ARE FALSE POSITIVE cases. We can’t trust the kit.

  13. What i understand from this interview is a second wave is inevitable.

    • M. Sami that depends on if your community can get its act together enough to drive back the first wave, otherwise unfortunately it is just a continuous tide rolling in.

  14. Elaine Gilbert | May 27, 2020 at 2:05 PM | Reply

    The ancients often referred to the plague as the ultimate taskmaster.

  15. Talking about 2nd wave when the first seems to be infinite.

    • Paul Weaver | May 27, 2020 at 6:02 PM | Reply

      They appear to have lowered the bar substantially. The current train of thought seems to be that when fewer people die we have survived the first wave. Where do you draw the line? Does it mean that we need to have zero deaths before we say the first wave is over? If not, what are the relevant parameters?

    • All these conspiracy theory comments are unbelievable. Either there are a heap of idiots about or some concerted effort to confuse things.

      A friend of mine has had their young paramedic nephew die of covid in the UK. It’s real.

    • Connor Cook | May 27, 2020 at 7:34 PM | Reply

      @G Atkins Prove it!?

    • There IS NO pandemic. It’s a rehearsed PLAN-DEMIC. and all you fools fell for it and voluntarily gave up your rights, freedoms, and jobs without questioning ANY of it. Enjoying it yet?????

    • MrSparklespring | May 27, 2020 at 7:50 PM | Reply

      @J N Another bullshit conspiracy theory. The deaths are underreported and should be multiplied by 1.4!

  16. Dorayne Semik | May 27, 2020 at 2:35 PM | Reply

    For the first time in two months, I went to my local coffee house. I live in Germany so it may not apply to the U.S. A lot fewer tables outside, no indoor seating and all patrons had to sign a sheet giving their name, address, and time of arrival. This is for the tracking. It was all extremely reasonable. I am still in a “voluntary lockdown” as I am over 70 and do not relish dying of a virus which – with precautions – is avoidable. The wearing of a mask (unless it is an N95) does not protect you, it protects people around you. So everyone must wear their mask. It is the social responsible way.

    • Pythagoras 1234 do you even understand why hey mean by social tracking means. It means a person tested positives a list of people they have been in contact and places they have been to help the Health Care system to find, isolate and test for viruses. This helps them stop the spread of the virus. It isn’t about wanting to know where people are at all times.

    • @Keri Then they need to Stay Home!

    • Keri wearing a non medical masks helps prevent the person from spreading the virus to another person by keeping the moisture that carries they virus in. With so many people that are unknowingly carrying the virus because they are asymptomatic. That is why it is important. It has nothing to do with immunity. This is a new virus, it is yet to be known whether immunity will develop and or if immunity develops how long it lasts. Not every virus allows humans to develop lasting immunity.

    • @Teresa S So you’re licking your fingers?? don’t be so gross; there’s still hygiene. But no, I don’t use ANTI BACTERIAL soaps; there are natural soaps without all that, you are aware?? I’m not afraid of introducing myself to bacteria and viruses in small doses while I’m out living my life, no.

    • @rolback Dude, if you are in the US Trump laready has your phone number and 5,000 other data points on you

  17. Brian Effler | May 27, 2020 at 3:38 PM | Reply

    We’re still in the first wave

  18. Milo Magnusson | May 27, 2020 at 4:02 PM | Reply

    Vocabulary word for the day: “vicissitude” – a change of circumstances or fortune, typically one that is unwelcome or unpleasant.

    • Milo Magnusson Darn well-educated medical doctors and their fancy words. 😆 Thank you for the definition.

    • Desiree's massage therapy | May 27, 2020 at 10:00 PM | Reply

      Another good one (not as impressive as “vicissitude” but still a good one): “diminution” – (dim·i·nu·tion) a reduction in the size, extent, or importance of something.

    • Scott Johnston | May 27, 2020 at 10:50 PM | Reply

      I thought that’s what happened in your carburetor…

  19. The last farewell | May 27, 2020 at 4:53 PM | Reply

    Second Wave: HERE I COME!!!
    First Wave: Hold my beer.

  20. Why is he working for a guy who says exactly the opposite?

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