The Daily Populous

Sunday September 26th, 2021 night edition

image for Donald Trump said that he did 'pretty much the opposite' of what Dr. Fauci advised during the COVID-19 pandemic

Trump said he decided against firing Fauci because he would have "taken heat" for it.

Trump and Fauci have often criticized each other for their differing approaches to the pandemic.

Former President Donald Trump said he did "pretty much the opposite" of what Dr. Anthony Fauci advised during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Trump made the comments in an interview on Friday with David Brody on Real America's Voice.

Trump said that while he "got along" with the doctor, he ignored his advice during the pandemic.

But if you think about it, I really did pretty much the opposite of whatever he said," Trump said.

Trump said that he made his own decisions about handling the pandemic, which was often at odds with Fauci's advice. »

Three teenage boys reveal themselves as brains behind CovidBase AU data tracking website

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The teens revealed their identities after having their first Moderna vaccines The Melbourne boys say they want to make COVID-19 data more accessible.

The faces behind the data website, CovidBase AU, are Jack, Darcy and Wesley and they chose the day they got their Moderna vaccinations to reveal their identities.

"Darcy's really skilled with coding and I'm sort of really into the news ...and have been really interested in the data. »

Masks in school help prevent Covid-19 outbreaks and spread, CDC studies find

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From mid-July through the end of August, 191 school-associated outbreaks occurred, according to the CDC.

"I would say that data actually absolutely show that masking decreases outbreaks in schools," CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky said Monday.

"So with the purpose of keeping our kids in school, getting them in school, having them be safe, masks really are the way to go.". »

Marjorie Taylor Greene's Chief Of Staff Announces His Resignation

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Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene’s chief of staff, Patrick Parsons, has announced his resignation after less than nine months working for the Georgia Republican.

“After eight and a half months fighting the Socialist Democrats and RINOS [Republicans in Name Only] in DC, it’s time to move on.”.

I want to thank my Chief of Staff, Patrick Parsons, for helping me take the fight to the Socialist Democrats as I've transitioned into Congress. »

'We will not boost our way out of this pandemic,' CDC director says as 70 million eligible Americans remain unvaccinated

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But the virus still poses a great threat to more than 70 million eligible people who remain unvaccinated.

"The most vulnerable are those unvaccinated," Dr. Rochelle Walensky, the director of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, said Friday.

The CDC on Friday approved a third shot of Pfizer's Covid-19 vaccine to an expanded group of Americans. »