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Joining TODAY live, Vice President Mike Pence, head of the White House coronavirus task force, warned that there will be “thousands more cases,” but said he would estimates “to the experts.” He said “we are literally working hour by hour to expand testing” and touted the administration’s efforts while acknowledging “some irresponsible rhetoric.”