Golden State Warriors star guard Stephen Curry interviewed Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, about the coronavirus pandemic and the possibility of being able to hold large gatherings, including sporting events, in the future.

The question-and-answer session lasted almost 30 minutes and averaged close to 50,000 viewers, including former President Barack Obama, on Instagram Live.

Curry noted his own recent illness in a discussion regarding the testing issues that many continue to deal with across the country.

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Curry acknowledged for the first time that he received a COVID-19 test after being previously tested for the flu. Curry is the first known Warrior to have taken the test. Warriors officials had previously stated that no player had taken the test because no player had shown signs of the virus.

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