Rebecca Shabad1h ago / 12:07 PM UTCA top Trump administration health official, Adm. Brett P. Giroir, said Monday that several parts of the country including New York, New Jersey and Detroit are expected to hit their peaks this week in terms of the number of coronavirus hospitalizations and deaths. In an interview on NBC’s “TODAY” show, Giroir said “we may be seeing the worst upon us right now,” but added that that experts believe some areas are “turning a corner because of all of the physical distancing that we’re doing.” Giroir, the assistant secretary for health, said that other cities like New Orleans will hit their peaks in a few weeks. “We’ll see some rolling peaks across the country as the next few weeks unfold,” he said, but warned that if people let their “foot off the gas,” then the situation could worsen.Hernan Muñoz Ratto1h ago / 11:59 AM UTCSpain sees daily death toll drop for fourth dayA plane from China arrives at Madrid airport Sunday with medical supplies on board to fight coronavirus in Spain. Getty ImagesThe number of new coronavirus deaths in Spain declined for the fourth day in a row on Monday, giving hope to the country’s health officials

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