October 16, 2021

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Mike Divine: Ohio GOP Governor says he is following Fossie and Birks ‘who gave very good guidance’ on Kovid-19

Mike Divine: Ohio GOP Governor says he is following Fossie and Birks 'who gave very good guidance' on Kovid-19

“You know, my acquaintance at the White House was Dr. Birks, Dr. Fauci. They were very closely aligned. The message was, ‘We take this seriously, we must wear a mask’, when asked about the role that Dr. Scott Atlas, a controversial member of the task force, is playing in the pandemic. Of the Union, “Divine told CNN’s Jake Topper.

“They gave very good guidance and you know, I’m followed a lot of other infectious disease specialists and people we can talk to along with those two,” the governor said.

Comments come from the Divine while both prominent members of the task force are Birks and Fauzi. Out of public view at the White House Atlas became one of President Donald Trump’s closest advisers on the public health crisis, which has left other doctors frustrated.

Atlas, a neuroradiologist trained in the field of infectious diseases, misrepresented the effectiveness of masks and discouraged the testing of asymptomatic people, although many medical professionals, including Birks and Fauci, believe that this is a key factor in stopping the spread. Virus.

In a 27-minute interview with Atlas-RT, which is well-known for its mainstream views on the coronavirus, including the potential benefits of herd immunity, the campaign network played a key role in the Kremlin’s attempts to interfere in the 2016 U.S. presidential election and later become an official with the Justice Department of Russia Had to make.

Both Birks and Fauzi have fallen behind in public attention over the past few months at the White House in recent weeks. Birks embarked on a multi-state swing across the country In August, it advises small groups of state and local officials to deal with broadcasts.
At the same time, Fauzi heaped criticism on the administration in media interviews, carefully choosing his words to prevent further interviews. Said Fauzi, the country’s top infectious disease specialist The Washington Post “He has real problems with that person,” Atlas was quoted as saying in an interview published Saturday.

“He’s a brilliant man, I believe he has no real insight or knowledge or experience. When you let it go and apply it, it doesn’t make sense,” Fawzi told the Post.

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