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Anthony Fauci Will Step Down as NIAID Director in December

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Anthony Fauci Will Step Down , as NIAID Director in December.
Anthony Fauci Will Step Down , as NIAID Director in December.
Dr. Anthony Fauci announced that he step down from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) on Aug. 22.
In a released statement, Fauci emphasized that he was "not retiring.".
While I am moving on from my current positions, I am
not retiring, Dr. Anthony Fauci, via ABC News.
After more than 50 years of government service, I plan to pursue the next phase of my career while I still have so much energy and passion for my field, Dr. Anthony Fauci, via ABC News.
In addition, Fauci will step down from his position as
chief medical advisor to President Joe Biden.
Fauci has been instrumental to the federal response to the COVID pandemic since the Trump administration.
Fauci has been instrumental to the federal response to the COVID pandemic since the Trump administration.
Biden responded to the news of Dr. Fauci's departure, referring to Fauci's commitment to
his work as "unwavering.".
His commitment to the work is unwavering, and he does it with an unparalleled spirit, energy, and scientific integrity, President Joe Biden, via ABC News.
As he leaves his position in the U.S. Government, I know the American people and the entire world will continue to benefit from Dr. Fauci’s expertise in whatever he does next, President Joe Biden, via ABC News.
The United States of America is stronger, more resilient, and healthier because of him, President Joe Biden, via ABC News.
Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Xavier Becerra also responded to the news of Dr. Fauci's departure.
When I arrived at HHS, the world was one year into the COVID-19 pandemic. I quickly came to rely on Dr. Fauci’s wisdom and counsel in our response, , Xavier Becerra, HHS Secretary, via ABC News.
and along with his scientific acumen, I treasure his ability to break down complex science in simple terms to the American people to save lives, Xavier Becerra, Health and Human Serivices Secretary, via ABC News

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