President Donald Trump extends US social distancing guidelines until April 30

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Published on 29 Mar 2020, 22:57
PRESIDENT Donald Trump has extended the social distancing guidelines in the United States until April 30th.

The president announced the news on Sunday, whilst speaking at a press briefing at The White House.

Trump also warned that the highest peak of coronavirus death rates is "likely to hit in two weeks".

Just five days ago, the president announced that he wanted the country to be open again by Easter.

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