No it's been pretty flat up to Easter
Let me suggest that Europe is plateauing longer than the United States will because they are a lot less uniform than the United States. You keep saying that the United States is about 2 weeks behind Europe, but really that's only true of Italy. Countries like Spain, France, and the UK followed later. In the UK's case, they're actually pretty close to the United States' timetable.
The US, on the other hand, actually is a whole lot more uniform. It wasn't exactly the same everywhere, places like California and Washington went into lockdown faster, while places like Louisiana and Detroit got hit a little later, but it's close enough that one would expect the plateau in the United States to look more like an individual country's chart than Europe as a whole which looks like it's maintaining as other countries reach their own peaks.
I don't think you understand what Medicare for All is. It's a single payer system, not a managed system. The VA healthcare is an example of a managed system.
Medicare only pays for your healthcare, it doesn't manage it. All the hospitals, companies, employees, etc...are all still private.
I don't believe I said otherwise.