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CDC Director: Coronavirus Death Toll Will Be ‘Much Lower’ Than Projected With Continued Social Distancing

Mediaite Tuesday, 7 April 2020
Center for Disease Control Director *Robert Redfield* predicted that the coronavirus' death toll could be well underneath expectations if Americans continue to uphold social distancing practices.
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