Steph Curry is a three-time NBA champion, two-time league MVP, and one of the best shooters in the NBA, possibly of all time. He’s also a great guy who knows how to help people with his celebrity status.
Curry made a point of using his celebrity and personal success for the greater good this week when he held a coronavirus Q&A session with Dr. Anthony Fauci, the director of the National Institute for Allergy and Infectious diseases as well as the head of the White House’s coronavirus task force, on Instagram Live, NBC Sports reports.
“We can start thinking about getting back to some degree of normality when the country as a whole has turned that corner and you can start coming down,” Dr. Fauci said. “Then you can pinpoint cases much more easily than getting overwhelmed by cases, which is what is going on in New York City.”
The two discussed key points about the coronavirus that everyone should know, and debunked some rumors about the disease that are currently circulating on the internet. Dr. Fauci provided current numbers and statistics, and they also discussed a plan of action that we as Americans must take to prevent further spread and flatten the curve. The video is eye-opening. Thank you, Stephen Curry and Dr. Fauci for providing us with this much-needed information.