“Instead of pointing fingers and making blame, we’re going to try and fix it. So the idea is transparency, and honesty with the American people, and to always make the scientific data and the facts guide,” he said.
“That’s a different tone, actually that’s strikingly different,” he said, in comparison to former President Donald Trump’s approach.
Fauci went on to explain that Biden’s plan to combat COVID-19, which was formally rolled out last Friday, will help the country supply more doses through new community vaccination centers, and a greater use of pharmacies and mobile vaccination units.
“You’re going to see a really revving up of the capability and actually the implementation of getting much larger numbers of people vaccinated,” he said.