Thursday on MSNBC’s “Andrea Mitchell Reports,” White House chief medical adviser Dr. Anthony Fauci weighed in on the United States “getting back to normal” following a battle with the coronavirus pandemic.
Fauci acknowledged there are “so many things in play” before predicting a return to normalcy. He added it “also depends on what you mean by normal,”
“It … depends on what you mean by ‘normal,’” Fauci told host Andrea Mitchell. “What does some form of normality mean? Well, obviously, we have very stringent public health measures in tune now. If you’re going to ask — what about getting back to a situation where you can have theaters that might be able to have below capacity, that restaurants, indoor dining can be happening, but with moderately diminished capacity? That’s going to be somewhere between the fall and the end of the year. If you say, ‘No, no, no, wait a minute.