"The media has been severely destructive here, harmful. And, you know, they're vicious, sick people."
The infectious disease expert said Monday it is unlikely the federal government will mandate a vaccine passport.
In a Twitter thread, the Georgia congresswoman stated that lockdown orders and gym closures to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus are leading to "more weight gain."
Fauci responded to the idea that he was somehow involved in creating the virus on Fox News with Neil Cavuto.
Dr. Marty Makary predicts that the U.S. will see "gradual slowing" of COVID-19 infections in April and May, while "it's going to mostly be young people who are going to linger into May and June with cases."
Former CDC Director Robert Redfield recently suggested that COVID-19 could have come from a Chinese lab.
Six medical experts gave first-hand accounts of how the government and health agencies reacted to the novel coronavirus as it surfaced in China before sweeping across the nation.
"The Dems have used COVID as a tool for the last two years to get whatever they need, and they're using it now to make an excuse why reporters and people can't go in there and see what's going on," the Republican congressman told Fox News.
Former President Donald Trump claimed that Anthony Fauci had said a vaccine against COVID-19 would take several years to develop in a Fox News interview on Thursday with Laura Ingraham.
The former president rehashed old talking points criticizing infectious disease expert Anthony Fauci for comments made early in the pandemic.
According to a new poll, 52 percent of unvaccinated respondents returned to socializing with friends and family outside of the home in the past week, compared to just 41 percent of individuals who have received the shot.
The top immunologist warned that the latest trend in case numbers in the U.S. has also previously forewarned of another surge.
Dr. Fauci said that variants of COVID-19 meant that wearing face masks was still an important precaution.
"You've had the vaccine, and you're wearing two masks. Is that just theater?" Rand asked Fauci in a Thursday Senate hearing.
Biden administration health officials, including Dr. Anthony Fauci, are due to testify in the U.S. House of Representatives about vaccination efforts on Wednesday.
"I hope President Trump lends his voice to that. I think it is important. But to every Trump supporter out there: Protect yourself, protect your family. Get vaccinated," Dr. Birx said Monday.
"This is something that is followed very carefully by the CDC and the FDA," Fauci said Tuesday. "But so far, so good."
White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki has indicated that Trump should be "more vocal about the safety and efficacy" of the vaccine.
The Florida Republican accused the infectious disease expert of eroding public trust in health officials.
Their staunch opposition to even considering a vaccine comes as health officials plead with lawmakers to not politicize the vaccination process.
President Joe Biden's chief medical adviser cautioned against lifting mitigation policies too early during an appearance on NBC News' 'Meet the Press' on Sunday.
The former White House chief of staff said that the leading expert on infectious disease was inconsistent.
"We had such divisiveness in our country that even simple common sense public health measures took on a political connotation," Fauci said on Thursday.
"We don't want to see another surge and that's inviting one when you do that," Fauci said.
The health official told host Tiffany Cross that it will be okay to relax indoor COVID-19 restrictions when all people present at a gathering are fully vaccinated.
The public health official said "now is not the time to pull back" as some governors relax COVID restrictions.
The former president reportedly received a coronavirus vaccine in January before he left the White House.
Following problematic CDC guidance and overall inadequate federal leadership, many states are taking it upon themselves to develop policies to get their schools fully up and running, five days a week.
Skeptical of the safety and efficacy of the Moderna and Pfizer vaccines, Kennedy would give his 92-year-old mother advice that runs counter to what the CDC recommends.