Articles about Anthony Fauci
Dr. Anthony Fauci is one of the lead members in US President Donald Trump Administration's White House Coronavirus Task Force, formed to tackle the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States. Considered to be one of the most trusted medical practitioners in the country, Fauci has been serving as the director of National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) since 1984. He has also served as an advisor to every US president since Ronald Reagan. Further, he is a physician with National Institutes of Health (NIH), and has contributed to HIV/AIDS and other immunodeficiencies research. The noted doctor has been accorded with several honors and awards, including the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2008 and Robert Koch Prize (Gold) in 2013.
17 Sep 2021
Why are Nicki Minaj's fans protesting in front of CDC?
Nicki Minaj's tweet on vaccines causing infertility in men and women has sparked opposition from all corners, her fans, The White House, Trinidad and Tobago Health Minister and health experts.
08 Sep 2021
US funded coronavirus research at China's Wuhan lab: Report
Newly released documents have revealed that the United States' National Institute of Health issued grants to a health organization that funneled funds into coronavirus research at the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV).
01 Jul 2021
COVID-19 Delta variant has been detected in all US states
The highly-contagious Delta variant of the coronavirus has now been detected in all the 50 states of America and capital Washington, DC, CNN reported.
10 Jun 2021
Biden warns the youth against the fast-spreading Delta variant
US President Joe Biden and his Chief Advisor Dr. Anthony Fauci have warned that the Delta variant of the novel coronavirus is highly infectious, which is now the dominant strain in the United Kingdom, spreading rapidly among young people between 12 and 20 years old.
02 Jun 2021
Dr. Fauci's leaked 2020 emails reveal knowledge of lab-leak theory
Not long after Dr. Anthony Fauci changed his tune on the possibility that the COVID-19 could be man-made, more skeletons tumble out of the US medical advisor's closet.
27 May 2021
NewsBytes Explainer: Did COVID-19 leak from Wuhan lab?
What was once considered heresy and "debunked" mercilessly returns with a vengeance. After shocking admission by Dr. Anthony Fauci that COVID-19 could have originated from Chinese virology labs in Wuhan, Facebook says that it won't censor discussions on the SARS-CoV-2 virus being man-made.
26 May 2021
#FakeNewsAlert: Nobel laureate claiming COVID-19-vaccination will kill people is untrue
A viral message doing the rounds on social media and messaging platforms claims that French virologist and Nobel Prize laureate Luc Montagnier said people who have been vaccinated for the coronavirus will die within two years.
19 May 2021
American vaccines effective against B.1.617 strain found in India: US
COVID-19 vaccines that are available in the US are effective against the deadly variant that was first detected in India, Dr. Anthony Fauci, Director of US National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, said in Washington.
01 May 2021
'Shut down,' suggests Dr. Anthony Fauci on India's COVID-19 crisis
India needs to be immediately shut down for at least a few weeks in order to stop the cycle of coronavirus transmission, Dr. Anthony S Fauci, White House Chief Medical Adviser and the US' top pandemic expert, said in an interview.
22 Jan 2021
Dr. Anthony Fauci takes 'liberating' turn at center stage
US' leading infectious diseases expert Dr. Anthony Fauci is back.
08 Jan 2021
Coronavirus: United States records deadliest day as nearly 4,000 die
The United States witnessed its worst day of the coronavirus pandemic on Thursday as almost 4,000 died in the 24-hour period ending at 8:30 pm (local time).
04 Jan 2021
Vaccinations are increasing in a 'glimmer of hope'
The US ramped up COVID-19 vaccinations in the past few days, bringing the number of shots dispensed to about four million people, government health officials said on Sunday.
05 Dec 2020
Coronavirus: WHO eyeing half-billion vaccine doses by 2021's first quarter
With encouraging news about the coronavirus vaccine trickling in, the World Health Organization said on Friday that it is expecting nearly half a billion doses will be available for distribution by the first quarter of 2021 under the global COVAX initiative.
11 Nov 2020
US planning Pfizer's coronavirus vaccine distribution as early as December
The United States could begin inoculating its citizens with Pfizer's coronavirus vaccine as early as December, provided the drugmaker submits data from its trial to health regulators, Health Secretary Alex Azar said on Tuesday.
23 Sep 2020
Johnson & Johnson's COVID-19 vaccine goes into final human trials
In a major development, American pharma giant Johnson & Johnson has launched the final trial of its COVID-19 vaccine.
21 Sep 2020
Wrong announcement, presenter leaves losing nominee's place: Emmys' oddities explained
The Emmys just pulled off a semi-virtual and highly experimental ceremony successfully this year.
11 Sep 2020
China approves trial of new 'nasal spray vaccine' for COVID-19
In a major move, China's National Medical Products Administration has cleared a new 'nasal spray' COVID-19 vaccine for human trials.
10 Sep 2020
Trump knew coronavirus was deadly, downplayed threat, claims Woodward's book
Much before coronavirus took the first life in the United States, President Donald Trump understood the severity of it, but chose to mislead the public, a new book by journalist Bob Woodward claims.
25 Aug 2020
NewsBytes Briefing: Epic's Unreal Engine gets legal protection, and more
Since last night, the case between Apple and Epic Games has progressed.
20 Aug 2020
NewsBytes Briefing: Apple becomes a $2 trillion company, and more
A lot has happened in the world of technology since last night.
12 Aug 2020
Russian COVID-19 vaccine needs to be assessed, says AIIMS Director
Russia is taking long strides in, what it claims to be, the world's first officially-approved vaccine to prevent COVID-19.
07 Aug 2020
US reports 2,000+ COVID deaths in one day
Reeling under the coronavirus outbreak, the United States touched another grim benchmark on Thursday as over 2,000 people died in 24 hours, for the first time in three months.
31 Jul 2020
Young people not entirely safe from coronavirus, WHO reiterates
With the seventh month of battling the coronavirus pandemic over, the World Health Organization (WHO) on Thursday repeated that guard can't be let down and blamed the younger population for driving the surge in some countries, adding that they aren't "invincible."
27 Jul 2020
Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine goes into final human trial stage
In a major development, the COVID-19 vaccine developed by biotech giant Moderna Therapeutics has gone into the third and final stage of clinical human trials.
02 Jul 2020
US records 52,000 coronavirus cases on Wednesday, biggest spike ever
In a worrying development, the United States reported 52,000 new coronavirus cases on Wednesday, its biggest spike ever since.
07 Jun 2020
COVID-19 vaccine: What are the latest updates?
With a sporadic increase in the number of cases and deaths, COVID-19 is growing beyond control in India.
04 Jun 2020
US expert offers an optimistic timeline for coronavirus vaccine
As companies race to develop and test COVID-19 vaccines, Dr. Anthony Fauci, the Director of America's National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), has shared an optimistic timeline for their availability.
14 May 2020
Trump calls Fauci's warning against reopening US schools 'not acceptable'
United States President Donald Trump on Wednesday said that a warning given by the nation's top medical advisor over reopening schools was "not acceptable."
11 May 2020
Alec Baldwin returns as Donald Trump for 'SNL' finale
Alec Baldwin once again reprised his famous imitation of US President Donald Trump on the recently-concluded season finale of Saturday Night Live this weekend.
06 May 2020
US set to disband emergency task force handling COVID-19 crisis
The United States is looking to disband the White House task force on COVID-19.
30 Apr 2020
New COVID-19 drug has 'clear cut' positive effect: Dr. Fauci
The US government's top infectious disease expert, Dr. Anthony Fauci said that a new COVID-19 drug has proven to be quite a 'good news' in clinical trials.
26 Apr 2020
Coronavirus: Global deaths cross 2 lakh; WHO warns about 'reinfections'
The global death toll due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) has now crossed two lakh, about two weeks after it touched one lakh.
23 Apr 2020
Real life hero Dr. Anthony Fauci features in a game
Dr. Anthony Fauci, the top infectious disease expert of the United States, has featured as the hero of Fauci's Revenge, a new game aimed at raising funds for COVID-19 relief.
13 Apr 2020
Hit by coronavirus, US could start reopening in May
Battered by the coronavirus pandemic, the United States is looking at reopening some parts of its economy by May, the government's expert on the infectious disease hinted on Sunday.
04 Apr 2020
Coronavirus: US reports 1,500 single-day deaths; new global record
The United States on Saturday recorded the highest number of single-day deaths for any nation around the world due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19).
01 Apr 2020
865 die of coronavirus in United States in 24 hours
In a span of 24 hours until Tuesday evening, the United States lost 865 lives to the deadly coronavirus, and the total tally crossed 4,000, John Hopkins University said on Wednesday.
30 Mar 2020
Keeping COVID-19 deaths to 100,000 would be 'good job': Trump
US President Donald Trump anticipates that peak coronavirus death rate in his country will hit in two weeks while he extended the voluntary nationwide lockdown till April 30.
25 Mar 2020
Trump, Modi, and Conte: How are world leaders tackling coronavirus
The world will be categorized into the pre-coronavirus phase and the one after that.