Transcript for Julia Roberts and Dr. Fauci chat about COVID-19 and what we need to do
Look. There morning. Morning. This is good to drill now thanks and farewell FaceBook saying none 22 C a later followers he loves us and need to hear from rent and it's me how are you. Pretty good ideas you know it's a little bit like running on fumes from them months. Experience for me you'll be hearing from dozens of experts like doctor. Anthony hatch just this morning her time in four acts insists. What do you think are the most important. Things that people can know and do right now. Inside of this storm where and. As a public health person is assigned to send a position the only thing I can do. Is give my best public health scientific and medical. Opinion based not just on opinion that on on scientific evidence. And decide to have evidence clearly indicates. That's physical separation as is as it's worked but not completely if you look at the curves. In our country. It isn't like everything is dramatically going down now was not the time to tempt fate. And pull back completely there is there is it got old and being there you don't want to stay locked down forever. So talk to me about people in developing countries so this gets to a more fundamental problem. That we have to deal in that is the extraordinary health disparities. In the developing world we have really a moral responsibility. But people throughout the world including the developing world. Is going to get bought I guess when we get good therapies and a good vaccine. I'm in the process now as many of my colleagues. In developing vaccine seed individually or in association with a variety of pharmaceutical companies. We need to make a commitment right now. That would be due the next in trials we each would include. The developing world in those that vaccine trials we can't make a vaccine. For us cell phones and only know how well it works. In our cell phones we've got to do it and include then there is what I consider the moral commitment to do this. Also the as an enlightened self interest. And the enlightened self interest. Is that if you don't control in outrage in the developing world it's gonna come right around and bite you the next season. So unless you completely stopped this you're not gonna wall yourself all off. Of the developing world so to those people who don't feel a moral commitment. Think about it the other way is another reason to make Sheila. We take care of our Brothers and sisters. Who Abbott as well as league. And love that when you're talking about the developing world say we if we don't look at this news. One world to fight in this together. Then we really won't get a handle on the way we asks. I mean that's that's the dream dream scenario for me it. I PG and Jane but it's what we really need to do. Well into ECJ talk about getting back to normal diet you staying what might help us. As a society is accepting the fact that normal. It is. Never gonna be exactly what it wants lies and to exact an eighty sheets that net positive way moving forward. Really liked what you put. Plagiarize you later that. It. If you don't mind no I mean I think you put it in a right way of life by saying we should look at it almost in a positive way. People say do you think we'll be back to normal this summer and I say you know I don't really think so because it may be a new normal. But it's not going to be the way we had before. We're talking about. An appreciation. For what something like this has done it and and can't do. And take care to get back to as much as normal as we possibly can. A known as the new normal. Is to be an awareness of all vulnerability. These type of things. That's looking at in a positive potentially constructive way. Ali you're really liked my personal hero or any. Doctor that's taking care. Center Julie it was really great pleasure take various health and good luck to you and your family.
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