Fauci Goes Global, Recommends Lockdown For India as Covid-19 Cases Surge


Fauci is not satisfied with destroying the United States with endless locks. He has gone global and is now recommending bans on India as Covid-19 cases rise.

Fauci suggested India put together a “crisis group” that would meet and implement Covid restrictions such as mask mandates and bans.

Because lockdowns and mask mandates worked so well in the US!

“Well, one of the things that you really have to do, as far as you can, is to temporarily shut the country down, I think it’s important. If we want to take some time off and go back to what I said, there are the immediate, medium and long term measures to contain the virus, ”Fauci said in an interview with The India Express.

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“I think the most important thing in the immediate area is getting oxygen, getting supplies, getting medication, getting PPE, things like that, but also one of the most immediate things to do is essentially shut down the land to demand “, he told Fauci,

The Tribune India reported:

Leading U.S. epidemiologist Anthony Fauci has proposed a few weeks lockdown in India to contain the spread of the coronavirus as its deadly second wave shows no sign of ebb.

He said that given the scale of the crisis, India should try to put together a crisis group that would meet and start organizing things.

He said when China had a major explosion of coronavirus cases a year ago, they had ceased entirely.

Fauci said it wasn’t necessary to shut down for six months, but it could be temporary to end the transmission cycle.

One of the things to consider is the temporary shutdown, he said.

“Lock in the truest sense of the word so you have less spread. Nobody likes to lock the land. Well, that’s a problem if you do it for six months, ”he said.

But for just a few weeks, a lockdown could have a significant impact on the dynamics of the outbreak.


Robert Dunfee