(CNN)America hasn’t hit the peak of its coronavirus outbreak, a top US health official said, even as the number of cases nears 3,000 and officials across the country impose a slew of restrictions to curb the virus’s spread.Pointing to the way the coronavirus has spread in other countries, Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease, said that the US can still expect more cases and deaths, primarily among older and vulnerable individuals, “We have not yet reached our peak,” Fauci said at a White House briefing Saturday.As of Sunday morning, there were at least 2,826 2,885 coronavirus cases in 49 states, Puerto Rico, the US Virgin Islands and Washington DC. At least 59 60 people have died. As of Saturday, West Virginia remained the only state without any confirmed cases. With the threat of further spread on the horizon, local governments have encouraged residents to stay home and practice social distancing. Some, including Austin, have banned large gatherings.Schools across the country have closed, worship services have been canceled and recreational and entertainment events are at a near-halt, bringing dramatic changes to the everyday lives of Americans.And, still, restrictions and closures keep coming.The city of


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