Medical experts and political officials have said there are signs that social distancing is working in America and the spread of the coronavirus is slowing. But Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation’s top infectious disease expert, said the country can’t loosen social restrictions yet and needs to be ready for a possible return of the virus.”We are doing a very good job on mitigation, on the physical separation, the adherence to the guidelines,” Fauci said on “CBS This Morning” Thursday. A new model from the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation at the University of Washington shows COVID-19 deaths could total around 60,000 by August, a drop from earlier predictions that said there could be 100,000 to 200,000 deaths.”That’s good news,” Fauci said about the model, but he said that doesn’t mean we can pull back on mitigation. “We’ve got to continue in many respects to redouble our efforts at the mitigation of physical separation in order to keep those numbers down and hopefully even get them lower than what you’ve heard recently.”  CBS News With the bit of good news, many Americans are wondering if they will be able to return to something resembling normal life this summer. Fauci said it’s

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