After all of COVID-19’s catastrophic impacts, we may not want to think about an even deadlier pandemic. However, the former director of the CDC fears the “great pandemic” is yet to come.

Dr. Robert Redfield, who ran the CDC from 2018-2021, says he is greatly concerned about the bird flu and how gain-of-function could one day spark an outbreak that could kill millions more humans than the coronavirus. He recently joined the FOX News Rundown’s Lisa Brady to discuss those fears and why he thinks our government and health institutions are not yet ready for another pandemic.

Lisa Brady also spoke with public health expert and Johns Hopkins University Professor Dr. Marty Makary about Dr. Redfield’s warning, the current avian flu killing millions of birds, and how public health officials must rebuild the public’s damaged trust after COVID-19.

Due to time limitations, we could not include the entire conversations with both Dr. Redfield and Dr. Makary in the FOX News Rundown segment that ran this week. Today’s FOX News Rundown Extra includes our unedited interviews with both health experts, and you’ll hear everything they had to say about the bird flu outbreak, the risks posed by gain-of-function, and the world’s lack of preparedness.