White House Coronavirus Task Force

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Group.png White House Coronavirus Task Force  
(COVID-19/Task Force)Rdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
Formation29 January 2020
HeadquartersWhite House
InterestsCOVID-19/Pandemic
Membership• Jerome Adams
• Alex Azar
• Stephen Biegun
• Deborah Birx
• Robert Blair
• Ben Carson
• Francis Collins
• Ken Cuccinelli
• Kelvin Droegemeier
• Anthony Fauci
• Brett Giroir
• Joe Grogan
• Stephen Hahn
• Derek Kan
• Larry Kudlow
• Chris Liddell
• Steven Mnuchin
• Robert C. O'Brien
• Mike Pence
• Matthew Pottinger
• Robert Redfield
• Kathleen Sebelius
• Todd T. Semonite
• Joel Szabat
• Olivia Troye
• Seema Verma
• Robert Wilkie
• Jeffrey Zients

The White House Coronavirus Task Force was announced on 29 January 2020 as the US' COVID-19/Task Force.

Membership

In February 2020 Mike Pence was made the head of the Task Force. Hillreporter.com described his behavior as "bizarre" and "disgusting".[1]

Under Trump the group contained two known Bilderbergers:

Under Biden new Bilderbergers in the group included:

Fauci's Resignation

Anthony Fauci faced calls for his resignation but stated that he had not thought of it, commenting No. I think the problem is too important for me to get into those kinds of thoughts and discussions. I just want to do my job. I’m really good at it. I think I can contribute. And I’m going to keep doing it."[3][4]


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