Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation’s leading infectious disease expert, is optimistic about the NBA’s plan to resume this season alone.
Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, said: “I think they may be very successful in this regard.” Tell stadium.
“They really want to ensure the safety of the players is paramount.”
Before Fossi made a comment, there were reports Some players are following And discuss whether the proposed July 30 resume date is in the player’s overall best interest.
In addition to physical and mental health issues, well-known players, including Kyrie Irving and Dwight Howard, expressed reluctance to continue playing basketball and expressed their hope that after George Floyd was killed, he would work hard To strive for racial equality.
But strictly speaking, from a health perspective, Fauci participated in the program.
“I have actually seen that plan. … What they really want to do is to create a state as safe as possible by creating this bubble.
“Test everyone fundamentally, make sure you start with a baseline where everyone is negative, and try to make sure that there is no influx of that group of people and play in a championship game.”
I hope he is right.