Dr. Anthony Fauci Urges Americans Not to See Their Kids for Christmas

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Fauci warns that Christmas cannot be "business as usual"

ABOVE VIDEO: Dr Anthony Fauci, the top US infectious diseases expert, speaks to Newsnight about the impact of household mixing over Christmas and the “politicisation” of the US’ public health response to coronavirus.

(FOX NEWS) – Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation’s top infectious disease expert, said this week that he and his wife will not be seeing his three adult children for Christmas or for his birthday on Christmas Eve amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, and urged other Americans to do the same.

Fauci made the comments during an interview with the Washington Post’s Power Up newsletter. He said it would mark the first Christmas not spent with his three daughters since they were born.

“I’m going to be with my wife – period,” Fauci told the outlet on Monday. “The Christmas holiday is a special holiday for us because Christmas Eve is my birthday,” said Fauci, who is turning 80. “And Christmas Day is Christmas Day. And they are not going to come home … That’s painful. We don’t like that. But that’s just one of the things you’re going to have to accept as we go through this unprecedented challenging time.”

Fauci, noting that many Americans ignored health guidelines over Thanksgiving, warned that Christmas cannot be “business as usual.”

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