While the coronavirus pandemic continues to spread throughout the United States, there are encouraging signs coming out of even the hardest-hit areas, such as New York. However, the death toll is expected to continue climbing, and on Sunday, Surgeon General Jerome Adams warned during an appearance on Fox News that the coming week could be the “hardest and saddest” in many Americans’ lives.Adams spoke with “CBS Evening News” anchor Norah O’Donnell about what the weeks and months ahead could look like for various parts of the country.Norah O’Donnell: New York Governor Andrew Cuomo on Monday said the data shows a possible flattening of the curve over the past few days. Does flattening mean that we will soon see a decrease or does it suggest there is a plateau in the cases?It does mean that we will soon see a decrease, but we know that everyone is going to be on a different curve. So, this is the first glimmer of hope for New York, New Jersey, and we hope that the trend continues. But it’s going to mean that everyone has to keep doing their part. Does that mean if we are beginning to see the flattening of the curve that

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