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Fauci Estimates That 100,000 To 200,000 Americans Could Die From The Coronavirus

Fauci's comments underscore just how far away we might be from the projected peak of the outbreak. As of early Sunday afternoon, there were 125,000 cases in America and nearly 2,200 deaths.

The nation's leading expert on infectious diseases and member of the White House's coronavirus task force says the pandemic could kill 100,000 to 200,000 Americans and infect millions.

Dr. Anthony Fauci said based on modeling of the current pace of the coronavirus' spread in the

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