He cautioned younger Americans about ignoring recommendations from health care officials and government agencies at the state, federal and local levels regarding social distancing.
The poll from NBC News and The Wall Street Journal also asked if Americans think the outbreak is going to get worse, with 60 percent saying they think it will.
"We really need to lean into protecting our most vulnerable—people with chronic and severe medical conditions, especially the elderly because we know that they are most at risk," Surgeon General Jerome Adams said.
Boesch, a former Navy SEAL, first appeared as a contestant on the show's first season. He died Friday at 91.
Jonathan Capehart, who serves as a contributor for MSNBC, sat next to a simulated fire and read portions of the transcript during Saturday's show.
"I've only had one client in my entire life, and that has been the people. Unlike other people, unlike others, I have never represented a corporation. I have never represented a special interest. I started my career fighting for the people," Harris said.
"At the end of the day, as much as I wanted to be there with my teammates and share that experience with my teammates, I can't do it. I just can't do it," Nats closer Sean Doolittle told The Washington Post.
"Not only are Native Americans not offended by our use of the name, they are proud of it - and our organization is and will remain proud to carry the Redskins name," Sean DeBarbieri, director of communications for the Redskins told Newsweek.
The catchphrase, written by the wife of a former English footballer, took the internet by storm on Wednesday as she accused another woman of leaking stories and personal information to the British press.
While commissioners all expressed concern at the passage of California's Fair Pay to Play Act earlier this week, some coaches seem to support the new law.
"I could certainly not understand the weight of the pain that the victims of the families of 9/11 must feel. But I think it is really important for us to make sure that we are not forgetting the aftermath of what happened after 9/11," Omar said.
California Highway Patrol said the woman dropped ""a feminine hygiene device" filled with blood onto the senate floor, shouting "that's for the dead babies."
While three schools are located in the United States or a U.S. territory, the others are on military bases overseas.
As some call for a boycott of Walmart, Dick's Sporting Goods — which stopped selling guns and ammunition in 135 stores — has seen a 3.2 percent rise in profits this year.
The eviction generated such an outcry that Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Gimenez said the police department will create a new policy to cease evictions during an emergency.
"The New @FoxNews is letting millions of GREAT people down! We have to start looking for a new News Outlet. Fox isn't working for us anymore!," Trump tweeted, prompting responses from some on-air personalities at Fox News Channel.
"How stupid do you have to be? How bad does your life have to be that you think booing Andrew Luck or even criticizing him, as some guy on FOX did, is somehow the right response?"
The New Richmond Junior Lions Football and Cheer is selling raffle tickets for an AM-15 semi-automatic rifle and a gift basket in an effort to raise money for the sports program.
Despite the president's desire to eliminate the law via executive order, Constitutional scholars have said Trump doing so will be a violation of the U.S. Constitution and the 14th Amendment.
The Flores Agreement began as a class-action lawsuit in 1985, filed on behalf of Jenny Lisette Flores, Alma Yanira Cruz and two other girls after their experience in a motel in Pasadena, California while in federal custody as unaccompanied migrant children.
Despite President Donald Trump's assurances that the U.S. will not head into a recession, members of his staff have reportedly begun considering ways to combat a slowing economy.
Some members of the school's water polo team reportedly sang a song used to motivate Nazi troops and followed it with a salute during an awards ceremony in December 2018.
"Who wouldn't be proud of a granddaughter like that? I love her and am so proud of her," Tlaib's grandmother told The Washington Post.
State Rep. Brandon Reed, who sponsored the bill, blasted the district's decision, saying they were playing "political games" and using "silly loopholes" to deprive students from creating artwork containing the national motto.
"In fact, five or six years before I even thought about running, for whatever reason they named me, man of the year in Michigan. I said, how come? I didn't even understand it myself, but I was named man of the year."
"The president has made it clear that he is watching very carefully what's happening," Ross said. "He talked about the possibility of troop build-up and it's not that we are not watching it, it's a question of what role is there for the U.S. in that matter. This is an internal matter."
"Consumers should not use these products, and parents should not give these products to their children for any reason."
"Puerto Rico is part of America. What's the big issue with us having our flag?"
I'm going to start blowing up planes to prove my point," one message from the man said. The text included a photo of a receipt for parking at an airport.