Dr. Anthony Fauci helped guide the U.S. through the COVID crisis, and earlier in his career played a key role in the response to AIDS. He has served under seven presidents.
More than 1,400 flights canceled worldwide Monday, adding to thousands canceled over the Christmas weekend. And across the country, long lines continued at COVID-19 testing sites.
"We are in a major surge now as we're going into the fall, into the school season. This is very serious business," Fauci said. He urges states and localities to mandate COVID-19 vaccines for teachers.
NPR's Leila Fadel talks to Dr. Anthony Fauci about the CDC declaring the Delta variant of COVID-19 a concern, and how vaccines and booster shots fit into the discussion of combating variants.
Dr. Francis Collins and Dr. Anthony Fauci of the National Institutes of Health discuss their fight against "egregious" distortions of reality and when they think life will start to feel more normal.
The administration is in its early days, but the infectious disease expert says he's encouraged by the new president's attitude about the pandemic. Science, Fauci says, is "going to rule."
At StoryCorps, Anthony Fauci talks with wife, Christine Grady, about parenting, running and work. He sees a link: "the idea of sticking with something and not giving up, even when it's painful."
Dr. Anthony Fauci was honored Tuesday as "a reassuring champion of science and reason" by the New York City borough of Brooklyn, where he was born and raised.