Like everyone else right now, Steph Curry wants to know all he can about the coronavirus pandemic. So, as all intelligent people do, Curry is going to one of the world's foremost experts for answers.
On Thursday, the Warriors star will be holding an Instagram Q&A with Dr. Anthony Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases as well as a lead member of the White House's coronavirus taskforce.
Hyped to talk all things COVID-19 with Dr. Fauci of the @NIAIDNews tomorrow. This is a conversation for YOU so submit questions with #SCASKSFAUCI and join at 10am PT tomorrow (Mar 26). Let’s get it! pic.twitter.com/7DC0dty6u6— Stephen Curry (@StephenCurry30) March 25, 2020
If you have any burning questions about the current state of the pandemic and what we must do to flatten the curve, you should tune into Curry's Q&A to hear from one of the leading minds in this fight.
During this time of social distancing, it's important for athletes and coaches to take to social media to encourage people to stay home, wash their hands and do their part in helping lessen the burden on doctors and first responders.
Curry did this early on via Twitter. Alabama football head coach Nick Saban released a PSA Tuesday doing the same. Curry, Saban and other sports megastars like them have massive platforms and a large following of people who will believe what their heroes say over what they hear or read on the news.
So please get your questions ready with #SCASKSFAUCI on Thursday at 10 a.m. PT to learn more about the long road ahead.