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(CNN)Here's what you might have missed Tuesday on CNN:

-- A predictive model cited by White House paints a grim picture of what's to come. It says 82,000 people could die from coronavirus in the US by August, even with social distancing.
-- Meanwhile, Dr. Anthony Fauci said "we're starting to see glimmers" that social distancing is having some dampening effect on the spread of coronavirus. But he warns the situation is still serious.
    -- CNN anchor Chris Cuomo was diagnosed with coronavirus. He will continue anchoring his 9 p.m. prime time show from his home.
      -- A sociologist known for walking nearly every block of New York City has died of coronavirus.
        -- Amazon has terminated an employee based at a New York warehouse after he led a worker walkout protesting the company's response to the novel coronavirus.
        -- In response to Netflix's popular 'Tiger King,' a Florida sheriff is getting 6 tips a day in a 1997 disappearance cold case.
          -- A renowned neurosurgeon who separated conjoined twins died due to Covid-19. Dr. Sanjay Gupta remembers the 'giant' in his field and the miracles he performed.
          -- The teacher who disarmed, then hugged a student will receive the citizen Congressional Medal of Honor.
            -- The average price of a gallon of gas has fallen below $2 in the United States — the lowest price in four years.
            -- Idaho Gov. Brad Little signed two bills into law that limit the rights of transgender people.