President Donald Trump announced Sunday that he’s extending his administration’s guidelines on social distancing during the COVID-19 outbreak until April 30. This marked a change for the president who said last week that he wanted to see much of the country return to normal by Easter, April 12, despite warnings from top health experts that easing the guidelines too soon could cause widespread deaths and economic damage.Also on Sunday, the governors of Michigan and Louisiana warned of a lack of resources to respond to the crisis and said that shortages of ventilators and protective equipment could overwhelm hospitals as soon as this week.In Italy, the worst hit country in Europe, fashion brands have switched gears and started making medical supplies. And Iran, the epicenter of the virus in the Middle East, recorded 3,000 new cases in 24 hours.The global death toll is now nearly 35,000, and there are more than 140,000 confirmed cases in the U.S., according to Johns Hopkins University.Full coverage of the coronavirus outbreakHere’s what to know about the coronavirus, plus a timeline of the most critical moments.MAPS: Where cases have been confirmed in the U.S. and worldwide.LISTEN: The latest episode of the NBC News/MSNBC podcast “Into America,”


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