Dr. Anthony Fauci is the nation’s number one expert on infectious disease, and he requires “community engagement” from all the citizens.
According to Dr. Fauci, it’s necessary to get involved in community volunteering and convince people that they need to get vaccinated when the coronavirus vaccine is ready for human use.
The fact that almost one-third of Americans are rejecting the idea of vaccination is terrifying and threatens the health of large groups of people.
Dr. Fauci explained this closely during a webinar with the Stanford School of Medicine yesterday, comparing the coronavirus pandemic with the time of the HIV break out.
“We’ve got to engage the community to get out there and be people who are boots on the ground – who look like and are like the people they are trying to convince – the importance of getting vaccinated, particularly in this era of anti-vax and anti-science.”
For this purpose, there is an entire network of community workers training for the upcoming vaccination project.
The famous “community engagement” means that role-model individuals and groups are getting trained to persuade the local communities (especially the minority communities) to get vaccinated and protect themselves and the people in their closest surroundings.
Dr. Fauci also said: “As I often say, you don’t really want a lot of white guys in suits like me, going into the mostly minority community, and convincing them about something that they’re very deeply skeptical of. You’ve got to get people that the community trusts.”