Anthony Fauci warns of ‘irreparable damage’ if lockdowns are kept in place for


Dr. Anthony Fauci said in a CNBC interview on Friday that extended lockdowns could cause “irreparable damage.””We can’t stay locked down for such a considerable period of time that you might do irreparable damage and have unintended consequences, including consequences for health,” Fauci said.Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin told the Senate earlier this week that there was a risk of “permanent damage” to the economy if states kept strict restrictions in place.Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories. Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation’s top infectious-disease expert, said on Friday that extended lockdowns could cause “irreparable” harm and worse health outcomes.”We can’t stay locked down for such a considerable period of time that you might do irreparable damage and have unintended consequences, including consequences for health,” Fauci said in a CNBC interview.Fauci,
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