The infectious disease expert has clashed with the president on several occasions as COVID-19 has spread across the U.S., over details regarding the crisis and how to handle it.
Fauci called the Slo Mo Guys footage a "graphically beautiful demonstration" of why face masks are important even when "nobody is sneezing or coughing."
"I know what my job is," Dr. Anthony Fauci said on Friday, "and I've gotta do it and I'm going to do it."
This year's Thanksgiving may not look the same as years past, experts told Newsweek, but it is possible minimise the risk of spreading coronavirus among loved ones this holiday season.
President Donald Trump has previously said he did not want to cause panic when speaking about the coronavirus.
Dr. Jonathan Reiner predicted that the U.S. will start to see "closer to 2,000 deaths per day" within the coming weeks.
The owner of Roselynn Ice Cream and Diner in Epping said he would only reopen when requirements about mask-wearing are lifted.
Fauci has had a security detail assigned to him since threats were made against his life over the course of the pandemic.
"If more Americans paid attention to his advice, we'd have fewer cases of COVID-19, & it would be safer to go back to school & back to work & out to eat," the retiring Republican said of the nation's top infectious disease official.
"Dr. Fauci is one of our country's most distinguished public servants," Lamar tweeted on Monday afternoon.
President Donald Trump on Monday suggested that Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation's leading infectious disease expert, previously claimed that Americans don't need to wear masks amid the ongoing novel coronavirus pandemic.
"Every time he goes on television there's always a bomb, but there's a bigger bomb if you fire him. This guy's a disaster," Trump said about infectious diseases expert Anthony Fauci.
The NIAID director said there is "no doubt" that masks prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
"Masks work? NO," Scott Atlas tweeted Saturday, followed by misrepresentations of the science behind the effectiveness of masks in battling the coronavirus pandemic.
Dr. Anthony Fauci discussed at length how the country is responding to the ongoing pandemic, including how the U.S. might eventually put the coronavirus to rest.
Three of these states—Montana, New Mexico and South Dakota—saw their case counts rise by over 50 percent.
The White House coronavirus task force member said: "That's sort of like saying somebody was speeding in a car at 95 miles an hour and didn't get in an accident, so I can go ahead and speed and not get in an accident."
Instead of a debate with Joe Biden, Trump will participate in an NBC News town hall on Thursday, two weeks after he tested positive for the coronavirus.
While experts say a vaccine will be available by 2021, it's not clear if it will be enough to stop the pandemic in its tracks.
The White House coronavirus task force member said: "Since campaign ads are about getting votes, their harassment of me might have the opposite effect of turning some voters off."
Fauci has taken issue with a Trump campaign ad suggesting he approves of the White House response to the pandemic.
"We're in a bad place now," Dr. Anthony Fauci said about the U.S. and COVID-19 on Monday. "We've got to turn this around."
"I think it's really unfortunate and really disappointing that they did that," Dr. Anthony Fauci said.
The president said the campaign spot had used Fauci's "own words" after the NIAID director took issue with the ad.
The quote from Anthony Fauci, the government's top expert on infectious diseases and a frequent critic of the response, is taken out of context.
"It was in a situation where people were crowded together without wearing masks, so the data speaks for themselves," Dr. Anthony Fauci told CBS News Radio
The top immunologist's comments come the week that Donald Trump said people need not be afraid of COVID-19.
"They are devoted to science to the public health and the decisions they make...I have confidence in them...They are very good people," Fauci said.
"That was a very difficult decision because I knew it would have very serious economic consequences," he said.
The president left hospital on Monday after announcing he had tested positive for coronavirus three days earlier.