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Dr. Fauci wary of ‘civil liberty’ implications for Google and Apple contact tracing

The man America looks to for trusted information right now, Dr. Anthony Fauci, is reserving judgement on Google and Apple’s joint gambit to help slow the spread of coronavirus with a contact tracing app.

On the Snapchat show Good Luck America, host Peter Hamby interviewed Fauci, who is the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and the face of America’s coronavirus response. 

The grandfatherly pro weighed in on a range of coronavirus-related topics, such as the viability of a 2020 baseball season, and the false conspiracy theory that 5G impacts our immune systems (“That’s thoroughly preposterous, untrue, and actually ridiculous.” God bless, Dr. F). Read more…

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