31 March 2020


Trump extends federal social-distancing guidelines to April 30 after floating Easter deadline (2)
Jeanine Santucci, John Fritze and Courtney Subramanian USA TODAY Published 7:33 PM EDT Mar 29, 2020 WASHINGTON - President Donald Trump announced on Sunday that the White House would be extending its social distancing guidelines through April 30 - a month longer than an initial 15-day timeline when they were implemented on March 16. "The peak in death rate is likely to hit in two weeks," Trump said. "Nothing would be worse than declaring victory before the victory is won."
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