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Coronavirus: Peak US death rate likely to hit in two weeks says Trump

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"Easter should be the peak number", Donald Trump says, referring to the peak death rate in the United States from the coronavirus pandemic. The US president also extends "social distancing" guidelines until April 30, as he spoke at a televised briefing in the Rose Garden of the White House. Trump also addresses statements by top medical advisor, Anthony Fauci, who estimates that the virus could possibly result in 100,000 to 200,000 deaths in the country.

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