The coronavirus had already reached the United States, but the parties went on. Experts say the inconsistent way social gatherings were shut down across states gave the illness a head start.

Some people deny the seriousness of the global pandemic as a plot to get President Trump.

Follow the Post’s live coronavirus coverage here. 
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The coronavirus had already reached the United States, but the parties went on. Experts say the inconsistent way social gatherings were shut down across states gave the illness a head start.

Some people deny the seriousness of the global pandemic as a plot to get President Trump.

Follow the Post’s live coronavirus coverage here. 
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