Dr. Anthony Fauci Answered Your Questions

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In a special edition of FP Live, Dr. Anthony Fauci joined Foreign Policy’s editor in chief, Ravi Agrawal, for a conversation about the global response to COVID-19, China's  COVID-19 situation, the rise of misinformation surrounding the virus, challenges ahead, and more.

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In a special edition of FP Live, Dr. Anthony Fauci joined Foreign Policy’s editor in chief, Ravi Agrawal, for a conversation about the global response to COVID-19, China’s  COVID-19 situation, the rise of misinformation surrounding the virus, challenges ahead, and more.

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Tal Alroy is the executive producer of FP Live at Foreign Policy.

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