Top 5 Ways To Support Dr. Fauci

Harrison Dent
4 min readMar 24, 2020

America has two favorite scientists at the moment: Cameron from Netflix’s “Love is Blind” and Dr. Anthony “Tony” Fauci whose emergence has been the one silver lining to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.

Though no stranger to combating viruses as the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infection Diseases since 1984, Dr. Anthony “Tony” Fauci has recently excelled in the limelight as a member and frequent spokesman of the White House Coronavirus Task Force. Without Dr. Fauci’s practical, reasoned, facts-driven approach to explaining the dangers of the coronavirus at White House briefings, many Americans would be left feeling clueless and ill.

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Dr. Fauci deserves boundless praise. He has conducted dozens of interviews and works incessantly to combat misinformation on the coronavirus. He readily shares knowledge on pending treatments and on the best methods for avoiding spreading and contracting coronavirus.

Without Dr. Fauci freely speaking to the media and informing politicians and the public, the coronavirus pandemic could and likely would be much worse. So for those of you who love Dr. Fauci or for those of you just finding out about him, here are the top five ways to keep Dr. Fauci in your heart and in mind while also staying healthy.

1. Listen to Dr. Fauci and Spread his Message

These are not the end-times — hopefully not at least — and Dr. Fauci is not a prophet. But with panic and misinformation spreading faster than the coronavirus itself, do Dr. Fauci and everyone around you a favor and heed to his advice: wash your hands often; practice social distancing; hunker down; stay indoors if and when you can; quarantine yourself if you feel symptoms. Though these expressions articulated by Dr. Fauci are now becoming meme-like, they are true and essential to saving lives.

Credit: Bill Branson, National Cancer Institute. Source: Wikimedia Commons

2. Show Support for Medical Professionals and Scientists like Dr. Fauci

Many people are rightfully lamenting recent job layoffs and the inability to work at an office. Meanwhile doctors, nurses, and medical staff continue to risk their lives to test for the coronavirus and…

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Harrison Dent

Georgetown Law J.D. | Davidson College Philosophy and English | Passionate about international relations, finance, business, music, and film.