Ledyard King, USA TODAY Published 5:35 p.m. ET April 1, 2020 CLOSE At a White House press conference on March 25, Anthony Fauci, director of the NIAID, elaborated on a possible seasonal cycle of COVID-19. AccuweatherWASHINGTON – America’s most famous immunologist is getting his own bobblehead.Dr. Anthony Fauci, whose likeness has been appearing on donuts, T-shirts and socks as a sign of gratitude for his work fighting the coronavirus pandemic, is being immortalized as a small figurine with a gyrating head. It’s a pop-culture milestone usually reserved for presidents, rock stars and star athletes – not 79-year-old wonky scientists like Fauci.And for a good cause: the National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum will be donating $5 from every Dr. Fauci Bobblehead sold to the American Hospital Association in support of the 100 million mask challenge.The program is an initiative led by the American Hospital Association to outfit health care providers with the personal protective equipment necessary to deal with the surging crisis.“Bobbleheads are the ultimate honor, and we think Dr. Fauci deserves it given what he has done and continues to do for our country and the world in the battle against COVID-19,” said Phil Sklar, co-Founder and CEO of the bobblehead museum.Front

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