Dr. Fauci has recently outlined 5 places no one should go to right now given the current state of the country due to the pandemic...

And they're so important for every American to read.

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The news comes after the medical expert was recently re-appointed as the White House's chief medical advisor by the Biden administration.

It seems as though the newly-elected president is wasting no time in trying to sort things out...

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Just one week into his presidency, Biden has been busy dismantling a whole array of Trump-era regulations, including lots to do with the ongoing pandemic.

For example...

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Mere hours after his inauguration ceremony, Biden fulfilled one of his top campaign promises by pledging to put the U.S. back in the Paris Agreement on climate change - an international pact aimed at curbing emissions that cause global warming.

Trump famously withdrew from the agreement in 2017, citing costs to American taxpayers.

And as for the country's ongoing racial division?

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Well, Biden has already got to work on putting the pieces back together.

He first signed an executive order to promote racial equity.

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Biden ordered his government to conduct equity assessments of its agencies and reallocate resources to "advance equity for all, including people of color and others who have been historically underserved, marginalized and adversely affected by persistent poverty and inequality."

He then reversed Trump's infamous ban on U.S. entry from majority-Muslim countries.

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Biden's proclamation reversed Trump's policy that barred entry to the U.S. for refugees and residents from 7 predominantly Muslim countries and orders plans within forty-five days for resuming visa processing.

He has even brought back the plans for the face of Harriet Tubman to be put on the new $20 bill design.

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This plan was originally proposed by the Obama administration but was then promptly stalled upon Trump's entry to the White House.

In a Monday press briefing, White House Press Secretary, Jen Psaki said:

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"It's important that our notes, our money... Reflect the history and diversity of our country, and Harriet Tubman's image gracing the new $20 note would certainly reflect that."

She added that the administration is "exploring ways to speed up that effort, but any specifics would, of course, come from the Department of Treasury."

And, on top of all that...

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He has, of course, also been clamping down on the country's COVID-19 response.

Biden signed an executive order which created the position of COVID-19 response coordinator, who will advise the president and oversee the distribution of vaccines, tests, and other supplies.

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An executive order requiring mask-wearing on federal property was also signed.

But the best news is that Dr. Fauci is back in his role as the White House's chief medical expert.

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It's no secret that the Director of NIAID had a difficult time in the White House due to the Trump administration suppressing him when it came to relaying facts and figures about COVID-19.

Fauci himself admitted that he felt out of place in the White House during the pandemic but he never once considered resigning because the problem was too dire.

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"I felt that if I stepped down," he said, "that would leave a void. Someone's got to not be afraid to speak out the truth. [White House staff] would try to play down real problems and have a little happy talk about how things are OK. And I would always say, 'Wait a minute, hold it, folks, this is serious business.' So there was a joke โ€“ a friendly joke, you know โ€“ that I was the skunk at the picnic."

And not to mention that in a leaked phone call, Trump had referred to Fauci as an "idiot."

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So it's no wonder why they both clashed a lot. Science and religion were never going to pair up as easily when both sides believed strongly in either or.

But after his relationship with the Trump administration turned sour...

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It seems as though Fauci was extremely grateful to Joe Biden for letting him reprise his old role with transparency and scientific evidence.

In a press conference, he said this:

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"One of the things that we're going to do is to be completely transparent, open, and honest," Fauci told reporters. "If things go wrong, not point fingers, but to correct them. And to make everything we do be based on science and evidence.

He continued:

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"That was literally a conversation I had fifteen minutes ago with the president, and he has said that multiple times."

And we're all happy to see Fauci back doing what he does best...

But recently, the health professional has issued a stern warning.

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Fauci has outlined 5 places all Americans should be avoiding during this difficult battle with the coronavirus pandemic.

Since the start of January, the country has seen a dramatic increase in COVID-19 cases.

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Not only did that have a drastic impact on the overall death toll, but ICU units across the nation were also stretched to their full capacity.

So it is important we take this warning very seriously.

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Here's a look at the 5 specific places we should all be trying to avoid until further notice.

5. Indoor gatherings.

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Due to the virus being spread through close contact, indoor events allow faster transmission due to a lack of ventilation and confined spaces. Evidence from contact tracing apps in New York City revealed that nearly 75% of all new COVID-19 infections could be traced back to indoor gatherings.

4. Gyms.

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It's no secret that gyms would be known as super spreader environments. Equipment used by hundreds of people one after another can lead to you contracting the virus quicker. Even if they are cleaned, germs are hard to detect so it is near to impossible to make sure all surfaces are clean 100% of the time.

โ€‹3. Bars and restaurants.

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We all love a good meal out but this kind of social activity can be extremely dangerous given the circumstances. Not only are most establishments indoors, social distancing is near to impossible with so many people in one area.

2. Places of worship.

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โ€‹Churches, mosques, temples, all should be avoid. Praying at home is definitely an option for a lot of religious people and this should be exercised accordingly.

1. Public transport.

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โ€‹Avoiding public transport is probably one of the biggest things right now. Crowded trains, buses, and airports mean that you could easily catch the coronavirus in these places. And, make sure you're only traveling if it is essential (A trip to Dubai for a vacation is not essential.)

Stay safe, folks.

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