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The Top Health Leaders Of The US Are Now In Coronavirus Quarantine

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The Top Health Leaders Of The US Are Now In Coronavirus Quarantine

The Top Health Leaders Of The US Are Now In Coronavirus Quarantine

An assortment of the US's top health leaders are in coronavirus quarantine, including its leading infectious disease expert, Dr. Anthony Fauci.

According to Gizmodo, it's a sign COVID-19 is spreading between the people in charge of making important decisions about the pandemic.

Dr. Fauci, CDC Director Dr. Robert Redfield, and FDA Commissioner Dr. Stephen Hahn are all quarantining after exposure to COVID-19.

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