Brad Pitt as Dr. Fauci. Thank you frontliners.



Dr. Fauci was only present for two of eight briefings this past week, but one was Saturday Night Live, and everyone is talking about this briefing.

SNL Cold Open Features Brad Pitt as Dr. Anthony S. Fauci. Brad Pitt grabs audiences hearts by taking off his silver wig and addressing “the real Dr. Fauci”, thanking the man America has come to love and respect.

“Dr. Fauci, thank you for your calm and your clarity in this unnerving time and thank you to the medical workers, first responders, and their families for being on the front line.”

“Dr. Fauci, thank you for your calm and your clarity in this unnerving time and thank you to the medical workers, first responders, and their families for being on the front line."

SNL Cold Open Features Brad Pitt as Dr. Fauci “Dr. Fauci, thank you for your calm and your clarity in this unnerving time and thank you to the medical workers, first responders, and their families for being on the front line.” Photo Credit: TV Capture—Photo Art/Cropping/Enhancement: Rosa Yamamoto FPMag

Would the real Dr. Fauci please stand up?

Cold Open Skit: “First, I’d like to thank all the older women in America who have sent me supportive, inspiring, and sometimes graphic emails. Now, there’s been a lot of misinformation out there about the virus. And, yes, the president has taken some liberties with our guidelines, so tonight I would like to explain what the president was trying to say. And, remember, let’s all keep an open mind.”


by Melissa Hemingway


Watch: SNL Cold Open Featuring Brad Pitt as Dr. Anthony S. Fauci.
“Dr. Fauci, thank you for your calm and your clarity in this unnerving time and thank you to the medical workers, first responders, and their families for being on the front line.”

Watch what got the pot boiling. In this video you will see Dr. Deborah Leah Birx cringing as Donald Trump suggests Americans might be drinking bleach or lazed internally with ultraviolet light.

Current COVID-19 Statistics for the USA

May 25, 2020
  • Country: U.S.A. (pop 328.2M)
  • CoV19 Reported Cases: 1,682,517
  • Current Deaths: 105,587 | 6.3%
  • Cured: 451,392
  • Anticipated cases based on current trajectory including minor: 35,944,994.092
  • Rest of the world excluding USA.
  • CoV19 Cases: 3,813,522
  • Deaths: 241,031 | 6.307%
  • Cured: 1,843,294
  • Anticipated cases including minor: 106,425,299
President George W. Bush poses with 2005 National Medal of Science recipient Dr. Anthony S. Fauci of The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, Friday, July 27, 2007, in the Blue Room, after award ceremonies in the East Room of the White House. Also pictured are Dr. Tobin J. Marks (left) and Dr. Bradley Efron. Photo by Eric Draper, Courtesy of the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum

President George W. Bush poses with 2005 National Medal of Science recipient Dr. Anthony S. Fauci of The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, Friday, July 27, 2007, in the Blue Room, after award ceremonies in the East Room of the White House. Also pictured are Dr. Tobin J. Marks (left) and Dr. Bradley Efron. Photo by Eric Draper, Courtesy of the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum

“I see the disinfectant where it knocks it out in a minute, one minute,” said Trump. “Is there a way we can do something like that, by injection inside or almost a cleaning? Because you see it gets in the lungs, and it does a tremendous number on the lungs, so it’d be interesting to check that,” said Trump last Thursday.


Feminine-Perspective:

“Please use common sense in the care of children and their families, and follow some basic guidelines. All you need is a bar of soap to stay clean and safe from COVID-19 by washing your hands. It is a respiratory disease and you must try to avoid bringing it to your respiratory system. Don’t touch your face without first cleaning your hands with soap for at least 20 seconds,” says nurse practitioner Michele Francis of The Nurses Without Borders


To protect yourself from the coronavirus that causes COVID-19, (SARS-CoV-2) please:

  1. Stay Home
  2. Keep your hands away from your face.
  3. Wash your hands with soap regularly, before and after you touch anything.
  4. Do not engage with any other person besides the healthy members of your immediate family living with you.
  5. Get plenty of rest and exercise while maintaining a healthy diet.
  6. Take any prescribed medications for chronic illness regularly.
  7. Stay positive and think happy thoughts.

If you have an N95 mask, wear that mask correctly. We will show you how in two different videos. Wear a fit-tested N95 Mask to Protect Yourself and Others

“The more people wearing properly fitting N95 respirators, the fewer people we will meet in the emergency room,” says Karinna Angeles, an urgent care nurse in the Philippines.

 Here is how to don and doff your N95 respirator mask, especially when you have been in high risk areas. Most commonly used for Influenza prevention, these masks are effective according to the CDC in helping to prevent the spread of Flu, swine flu and avian flu transmission from person to person.

N95 masks are designed to fit over the nose and mouth of the wearer, and properly fitted can provide excellent protection for you and from you. 

Wash your hands for at least 20 seconds in a good soap  before and after touching your mask. Using a hand sanitizer is an acceptable alternative if done correctly.

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