There are more than 312,000 confirmed coronavirus cases in the U.S. and more than 8,500 people have died, according to Johns Hopkins University. Governors of more than 40 states have issued stay-at-home orders for residents, and on Friday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention advised Americans to voluntarily wear cloth or fabric masks in public to help slow the spread of the virus.Members of the White House’s Coronavirus Task Force have warned that the coming week is going to be a painful for many Americans, giving little confidence that the pandemic is under control.Here’s the big takeaways from Sunday’s episode of “Face the Nation” with Margaret Brennan1. FAUCI: America needs to prepare for a “bad week” ahead Fauci says coronavirus deaths will keep rising even as new U.S. cases stabilize America needs to prepare for a “bad week,” Dr Anthony Fauci, America’s top infectious disease expert predicted. The NIH Director said infections will continue to escalate but he does see evidence that mitigation is having a positive effect.  What Fauci said: “Also, we should hope that within a week, maybe a little bit more, we’ll start to see a flattening out of the curve and coming down. The mitigation that we’re talking

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