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Anthony Fauci Says He's Hired Security To Protect Daughters From Death Threats

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Anthony Fauci Says He's Hired Security To Protect Daughters From Death ThreatsDr. Anthony Fauci said Wednesday that he’s had to hire security to protect himself and his family after receiving death threats from people who object to his work on the coronavirus pandemic and the science behind regulations. During a livestreamed talk with CNN’s Dr. Sanjay Gupta hosted by Harvard’s School of Public Health, the infectious disease expert said he was taken aback by the harassment he and his family have received in the last few months. Noting that crisis “brings out the best of people and the worst...
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The 'shocking' impact of COVID-19: Americans, young and old, have lost 2.5 million years of life, Harvard researcher says

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