Fauci is the third high-ranking member of the White House coronavirus task force to enter some form of quarantine.
White House health advisor Dr. Anthony Fauci will follow a “modified” quarantine after “low-risk” exposure to a White House aide who tested positive for coronavirus, an administration official told NBC News.
Fauci is expected to work mostly from home, but may go into his office while observing social distancing and wearing a face mask, the official said.You
Dr. Anthony Fauci now going into “modified quarantine” after being in close proximity with the White House staffer who was positive, @jaketapper reports. Fauci joins CDC’s Dr. Robert Redfield and FDA’s Dr. Stephen Hahn who are also in quarantine as a result.
— Alexander Marquardt (@MarquardtA) May 10, 2020
Dr. Anthony Fauci says he will begin a "modified quarantine" after he had low-risk contact with a White House staffer who has coronavirus. He will telework for 2 weeks but might go into his office with no one else there. https://t.co/NUQGQbmjx2
— CNN Breaking News (@cnnbrk) May 10, 2020