Fauci responds to New Crown conspiracy theory, urges people to “follow science”

Whether asked about the vaccine schedule or the new virus conspiracy theory, White House health adviser Dr. Anthony Fauci said he tried to respond in the same way,media BGR reported. Fauci said he just wanted to continue urging people to “follow science.” That’s what Fauci said in a recent interview with MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell.

In a recent MSNBC show, Andrea Mitchell specifically asked Fauci about things such as the mask being not an effective new coronavirus deterrent and the alleged existence of a secret new coronavirus treatment that was hidden from the public. Should experts such as Fucci do more to curb such misinformation?

“You’re absolutely right, Andrea,” Fauci says in the video below, “that’s why when we say we have to follow science, I’m very clear and unequivocal.” If a good study comes out and shows the efficacy and safety of hydroxychloroquine or any other drug we do, if you do it the right way, you accept scientific data. “

Fauci went on to explain that people who admire false science and potentially destructive myths need to be dismissive. “Today, cumulative scientific data from a number of different studies have shown no efficacy.” Fauci is referring to some people who continue to insist that hydroxychloroquine is an effective new coronavirus drug. “So when there’s a video of a group of people spitting out something unreal, the only way you can do that is to come up with very, very clear scientific data that is fundamentally contrary to it.”

Among those who tried to counter the argument by spreading as much authoritative information as possible was Republican Louie Gohmert of Texas, who has tested positive for his new virus in recent days. “I can’t help but wonder if I might have put some … on the mask and keeping it in position. The virus is placed on the mask and inhaled… But the coverage of my death is very premature,” he said in a video interview. As noted inmedia reports, Gohmert plans to quickly begin hydroxychloroquine treatment for COVID-19, although it is now clear that the drug is not effective for the treatment of COVID-19.

“To sum up,” Fauci said of Gohmert and his situation, “a man who doesn’t believe in a mask has been infected with the most dangerous and widespread pathogen on the planet, doesn’t know if he’s actually infected with wearing a mask, and will now take a drug that could end up doing him more harm.” “