Thursday, April 9, 2020

Soon, we'll be over that curve.

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#WashTimes’ Tom Howell Jr. and David Sherfinski report: U.S. officials are increasingly confident they will avoid the estimated 100,000 to 200,000 coronavirus deaths that spooked Americans last week but warned Wednesday of a “second wave” of infections if folks get sloppy and start to go out before the end of the month. The White House said Americans can beat dire forecasts by doubling down on good behaviors, even as key states reported their deadliest days of the pandemic. “Soon we’ll be over that curve, we’ll be over the top and we’ll be headed in the right direction,” President Trump said. “Some terrible days ahead, but we will have some wonderful days ahead.” • Full story on our website #donaldtrump #trump #presidenttrump #potus #flattenthecurve #covid #stayhome #stayhealthy #socialdistancing #health

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