Dr. Anthony Fauci, face of U.S. COVID-19 pandemic response, to retire in December

Dr. Anthony Fauci, face of U.S. COVID-19 pandemic response, to retire in December

Dr. Anthony Fauci, his nation’s top infectious disease expert who became a household name — and the subject of partisan attacks — during the COVID-19 pandemicMonday’s announcement by, that he would leave the U.S. federal Government in DecemberAfter more than 50 years of service.

Fauci, President Joe Biden’s chief physician adviser, was the director ofThe National Institute ofAllergy, Infectious Diseases and Chief ofThe NIAID Laboratory of Immunoregulation. He was a leader inFederal response toHIV/AIDS and other diseases were prevalent even before the coronavirus was discovered.

“I will be leaving those positions in December ofThis year toContinue to the next chapter of”My career,” Fauci (81), said. inThese roles were called “the honour” in a statement of a lifetime.”

Fauci was the first to be elected president. face ofThe government response to COVID-19As it hit inEarly 2020, frequent appearances on TV news and daily press conferences with White House officials including President Donald Trump. But, as the pandemic deepened, Fauci fell out ofTrump and his officials will show favor at his urgings ofThe former president wanted to continue public caution, but it was not possible. toReturn toNormalcy and toPromoting unproven remedies for the virus.

Fauci was increasingly excluded by Trump’s administration and found himself marginalized ofMajor decisions were made about federal response. But he kept going toSpeak out publicly inInterviews with media urging physical distancing faceCovers inBefore the rollout, public spaces ofThe COVID-19 vaccines.

He was also the subject ofHe was subject to political threats and death threats, and was given a security detail to ensure his safety.

Fauci asked Biden to marry him after he won the White House. toContinue reading inHis administration inAn increased capacity. Fauci was praised by the president inA statement saying that “Whether you have ever met him personally or not he has made a lasting impact on the lives of all Americans through his work. I want to express my sincere gratitude for his public service. The United States ofAmerica is stronger and more resilient than ever, and America is healthier for it. of him.”

Fauci stated that despite his retirement from the federal service, he still had plans to continue working. “I want to use what I have learned as NIAID director toContinue toAdvance science and public healthcare toInspire and mentor the next generation ofThey are the leaders of science and help to prepare the world to faceHe said that future infectious disease threats are possible.”

| Anthony Fauci talks to CBC’s The Current on lessons learned:

The Current20:50Dr. AnthonyFauci on lessons learned COVID-19AIDS, monkeypox and HIV/AIDS

We talk to Dr. AnthonyFauci on the COVID-19 pandemicThe lessons he has learned in the fight against HIV/AIDS and the things the world needs toDo toGet rising cases of monkeypox under control

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