Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox.  Sign up here.Will life ever get back to normal after the coronavirus nightmare is finally over? Will we be able to shake hands, hug a friend, eat dinner in a restaurant, attend a concert or basketball game, crowd onto beaches and do all the other things we took for granted before we ever heard of the term “social distancing?”Millions of us have been asking these questions about our strange new world, where we are forced to live in fear of human contact that could lead to severe illness or even death.Dr. Anthony Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases – who spends a good deal of time on TV nowadays telling the American people about the coronavirus pandemic – says the virus will determine how long we must live like lone wolves instead of the social animals we are.                       ]WHITE HOUSE PROJECTS 100K TO 240K CORONAVIRUS DEATHS AS TRUMP TELLS US TO PREPARE FOR ‘VERY PAINFUL TWO WEEKS’And frighteningly, Fauci said Tuesday that even if we continue what we have been doing

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