The White House prepares to tell the nation that COVID-19 will be part of life

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The White House is said to have told Americans to learn to live with the coronavirus, shifting their focus to the past few months when they expressed that the virus would eventually go away.

Administration officials are trying to intensify their messages on the pandemic over the next week, administration officials told NBC News.

The White House plans to propose that the virus will not go away anytime soon and will continue long after the November elections.

The White House intends to propose that the virus does not go away anytime soon and will continue long after the November elections

The President's best advisers will defend the means to move forward despite the virus

The President’s best advisers will defend the means to move forward despite the virus

The President’s best advisers will be pleading for ways to move forward, despite the virus. Officials plan to advance therapeutic drugs, while stressing that the risk of dying from the virus is low, officials said.

President Donald Trump first asserted that the virus was not a threat before declaring that the country would be reopened in time for Easter Sunday, while Vice President Mike Pence boasted later that virus would be “behind us” at Memorial Day.

Jared Kushner said the country would “really rock again” by July, with the Americans being “on the other side of the medical aspect”.

While Trump and the White House had a more intense federal response in March, the following month, he demanded that various governors reopen their states so that he could save his tanking economy.

The White House is now changing its tone.

“The virus is with us, but we have to live with it,” said the administration to deal with the pandemic, officials said.

Administration officials plan to promote a new study that shows promising therapeutic results, officials said. The lack of details surrounding the study was due to the fact that the release of the information is “shaking the market,” officials said.

They also plan to focus on the survival rates of Americans in a certain age group, if they have no underlying conditions.

The President's best advisers will be pleading for ways to move forward, despite the virus. Officials plan to advance therapeutic drugs, while stressing that the risk of dying from the virus is low, officials said.

The President’s best advisers will be pleading for ways to move forward, despite the virus. Officials plan to advance therapeutic drugs, while stressing that the risk of dying from the virus is low, officials said.

Dr. Deborah Birx is expected to inform Trump of her assessment of the new hotspots and how they are affecting minority communities. The doctor was in Florida, Arizona and Texas this week.

Another official said that meetings of the coronavirus working group and public information sessions would become more frequent.

Three White House officials said that in recent days Trump has personally asked the task force to resume briefings. He chose not to participate, they added.

In the United States, daily confirmed infections have reached an all-time high, more than doubled.

The United States set a new record on Friday with 52,300 new cases reported, according to the count held by Johns Hopkins University.

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