Nation's top infectious diseases expert said he is "cautiously optimistic" that worst projections may be avoided "if we keep our foot on the accelerator."
The sheriff admits he can't stop Rodney Howard-Browne, who was arrested for holding services at his Tampa-area church, from reopening the church during the pandemic.
Here are the latest coronavirus updates from around the world.
The system the Small Business Administration is using to establish coronavirus relief loans was not functioning for most of Monday, banking executives said.
McKean went missing late Thursday afternoon along with her 8-year-old son, Gideon, after their canoe apparently capsized in the Chesapeake Bay.
"If you want to get the coronavirus and f-----' die, call me. I'll meet you up and I will shorten your life," the 18-year-old said in a Snapchat video.
In a video now seen by many, Nurse Lori Marie Key lifted spirits by singing “Amazing Grace” for colleagues during a shift change at a Michigan hospital.
Some people are virtually packing the aisles from home amid the pandemic, but in at least a dozen states, followers are still gathering in person. Many wonder if states will soon toughen their stance by insisting state leaders serve online.
Families across the country are caring for loved ones at home while trying to remain safe at the same time. Kate Snow shares her own family’s struggles after her husband, Chris Bro, developed coronavirus symptoms last week.
At least 175 infected people have been hospitalized at Holy Name Medical Center in New Jersey. NBC News’ Stephanie Gosk speaks with medical workers about the challenges of each shift.
Peter Navarro is pushing hydroxychloroquine, a drug used to treat malaria and lupus, for treating COVID-19 patients based on anecdotal studies overseas. Dr. Fauci says those studies are not scientific and the drug carries cardiovascular risks.
Johnson, who tested positive for the virus at the end of March, handed over his duties as head of government to a deputy after being moved to an ICU on Monday.
While the death toll from COVID-19 continues to rise, the increase of cases has slowed over the last two days. Daily hospitalizations and intubations are also down.
In the fight against the coronavirus, Surgeon General Jerome Adams said this week would be “our Pearl Harbor moment...our 9/11 moment.” The warning comes as numerous states continue to scramble for protective gear for medical professionals.
“I feel that I’m bringing something that’s more than just a box. It’s bringing healing and hope,” Ben Hertle said.
The island's two counties, Nassau and Suffolk, have about 3 million residents combined and more than 29,000 COVID-19 cases, according to the governor.
Jose Vicente Ortiz was last heard from on March 24, 2020, when he posted to social media. He last emailed family members in California in mid-March. Jose had been living in Queens for eight years and was last known to be living on 53rd Street in Woodside, Queens. The New York Police Department is investigating.
New York state remains at the center of the coronavirus outbreak with more than one-third of all cases in the United States. "Now is not the time to be lax," Gov. Andrew Cuomo warned.
Spell has already been hit with six misdemeanors for services he has held since Gov. John Bel Edwards announced an order against large gatherings.
Children with coronavirus may not develop the telltale signs seen in adults, including fever and cough.