Dr. Anthony has now weighed in on the World Health Organization’s coronavirus update from Monday, during which one WHO official said that the asymptomatic spread of the virus is “very rare.”That’s incorrect, according to Fauci.
This comes as the latest numbers from Johns Hopkins University show that almost 7.3 million cases of the virus have now been identified around the world.
I was referring to a small subset of studies.” Meantime, as if on cue, Dr. Anthony Fauci has likewise weighed in with his own assessment of the remarks from Monday, saying during a new appearance on ABC’s Good Morning America that the WHO was “not correct” about asymptomatic spread.
“In fact, the evidence we have given the percentage of people, which is about 25% (to) 45%, of the totality of infected people likely are without symptoms,” Fauci said on GMA.
Fauci’s comments came one day after the doctor — who’s the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases — described the coronavirus pandemic as his “worst nightmare” come to life.

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