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Trevor Noah asks Dr. Fauci all your burning mask etiquette questions

September 23, 2020

By Shahibul Islam



Dr. Anthony Fauci isn’t around in the public eye as much as he used to be — the White House has pulled back the visibility of its COVID-19 task force — but he’s still got info to share. 

Fauci appeared on the The Daily Show on Monday and stressed that basic public health measures — such as wearing a mask, avoiding crowds, washing your hands, doing things outdoors — are not a political act, but rather common sense acts that will help the country return to some sense of normalcy. 

“Public health measures should be more of a gateway and a pathway to opening the country, as opposed to the obstacle to opening the country,” Fauci said. “What has evolved now, is that people almost take sides. Like wearing a mask or not is a political statement and that’s really very unfortunate. Totally unfortunate… It should not be one against the other.”

Daily Show host Trevor Noah also hit Fauci with a speed round about mask etiquette, asking him when it’s proper to wear a mask. For instance: riding a bike outside? Not necessarily. Between courses at a restaurant? Yep, have it around your neck and ready to go. An empty elevator? Probably just keep it on for folks who are going to enter. 





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