The director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases made his late-night debut Thursday in a wide-ranging conversation about coronavirus on The Daily Social Distancing Show. Fauci's visit was intended to communicating to young people why they should be more scared of the virus than they might think. "Even though you are young, you are not absolutely invulnerable,” he said, explaining that even people in their 30s and 40s with no underlying conditions can end up in the hospital, requiring intensive care. “If you think you are completely invulnerable, you are incorrect." Also, without mentioning President Trump, made sure to dismiss some of the president’s overly optimistic messages to the American people, including ending quarantine by Easter.