U.S. COVID-19 Peak Could Come On Easter Sunday

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WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump suggests Easter Sunday could be the peak of the novel Coronavirus pandemic.








The news comes as scientists warn the virus will be with us through the summer.

Experts point to data that shows the virus has already spread rapidly in countries currently in the middle of summer, like Australia.









The theory is emerging just as the Trump Administration’s top medical advisors on the Coronavirus Task Force say normal life may never look as it once did.

For example, Dr. Anthony Fauci suggests shaking hands should disappear completely and doctors say that will likely stop other diseases from spreading, too.















As new data pours in, we are also learning more about how the Coronavirus Outbreak in the New York City area likely began.

New York City has seen more than 80,000 cases and had more than 4,200 deaths.

A new study shows that the majority of cases there came from Europe and not China, where the virus originated.

 

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