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Wednesday's briefing ran one hour, thirty seven minutes.
President Trump said coronavirus “might not come back at all.”
Later, Dr. Fauci said without equivocation, “There will be coronavirus in the fall.”
“We don't want rebounds after all this death,” Trump said. “Death that we've suffered…That was unnecessary. Should have never happened. It should have never left that little area where it started. You know it, and I know it, and they know it,” the president said sternly.
Dr. Birx and other officials said there will be measures in place this fall that should ensure less impact on society than current circumstances.
POTUS said he respects Georgia Governor Brian Kemp but disagrees with the decision to re-open nail and hair salons and other businesses in the Peach State. He spoke with Kemp last night. “I want to protect people's lives but I'm going to let him make his decision. But i told him, I totally disagree.”
Fauci said that if he were advising Kemp, he’d tell him “not to just turn the switch on and go because there is a danger of a rebound.”
More than 843,000 have contracted the virus; 47,000+ have died.
On this Earth Day, Major interview Bob Deans of the Natural Resources Defense Council on the impact the virus is having on the environment.