Kim Hjelmgaard, USA TODAY Published 5:51 a.m. ET April 27, 2020 | Updated 6:51 a.m. ET April 27, 2020CLOSE President Trump said coronavirus won’t be coming back in the fall, but Dr. Fauci believes otherwise, contradicting the president’s statements. USA TODAYLONDON – British Prime Minister Boris Johnson returned to work Monday, appearing in public for the first time in three weeks since recovering from a bout of coronavirus that landed him in intensive care. Standing outside his central London office and residence at No. 10 Downing Street, Britain’s leader apologized for being “away from my desk for much longer than I would’ve liked” and said the country was on the brink of victory in the first phase of its fight with COVID-19 even if it was too early to end Britain’s five-week national lockdown.Coronavirus live updates:U.S. reaches ‘plateau,’ nears 1 million cases; GOP governor calls out Trump; last patient leaves hospital in Wuhan”If we can show the same spirit of unity and determination as we have all shown in the past six weeks, then I have absolutely no doubt that we will beat it, together we will come through it all the faster and the United Kingdom will emerge stronger than ever before,” Johnson said, describing

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