Tonight on the “CBS Evening News,” we spoke with the Surgeon General Dr. Jerome Adams. The nation’s top doctor told us the next 15 days are a “critical inflection point” in slowing the spread of coronavirus in the U.S.  “We have a choice to make,” he said. “Are we going to continue to see cases rise precipitously and deaths increase like Italy has or are we going to try to go the way of South Korea and China, where they really leaned into mitigation efforts and everyone pitched in to stop transmission?”Here are our top takeaways from the interview:1. Children’s playdates are “not worth the risk”We wanted to know – based on the new guidelines to limit social contact: Are playdates safe? Dr. Adams advised against it for the time being: “It’s not worth the risk of our kids being spreaders and potentially taking it to someone else.”2. You can be a transmitter of COVID-19 without showing symptomsCommon symptoms of the coronavirus include fever, cough, and shortness of breath, but some people don’t exhibit symptoms at all. Dr. Adams says that even if you’re asymptomatic, you could “absolutely” still transmit the virus to others. “We know that the people who

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