Dr. Fauci is "disappointed at the fact that we still have 70 million people in this country who are eligible to be vaccinated but not yet gotten vaccinated," he told The Washington Post's The Early in an interview on Wednesday. "I don't want to be predicting" how high the death toll will go, he told CNN's Wolf Blitzer earlier this week. But he says it will keep rising if we don't get those 70 million people vaccinated. "I can only say what we do know is that we have vaccines to stop that and turn that around. If we get the overwhelming majority of those people vaccinated" we can turn this around—but for now, "2,000 deaths a day is absolutely terrible." He said unvaccinated people have "a high degree" of getting a "severe disease. "We've got to get these people vaccinated."[l/quote]
and when did Trump forced Vaccines on anyone?
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THis is fake news. Few if any Vaccine is killing people.
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