US Surgeon General Jerome Adams says the US can turn coronavirus around in '2 or 3 weeks if everyone does their part'




US Surgeon General Jerome Adams says the US can turn coronavirus around in \
US Surgeon General Jerome Adams says the US can turn coronavirus around in \'2 or 3 weeks if everyone does their part\'  
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