McDonald's has a seen a 3.4 percent decline in global sales.
The plan calls for providing any frontline worker without a degree the opportunity to obtain a college or technical degree tuition-free.
The belief that there will be a second coronavirus wave was virtually equal among Republicans, Democrats and Independents.
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe extended the state of emergency to the entire country on April 16, after previously implementing it in select regions.
The vice president seemed to go against the Mayo Clinic's policy that a mask be worn in its facility to lessen the risk of infection.
The lead pastor of the Macedonia Baptist Church of Macon said he's keeping his church closed and will continue online services because "it's safer."
Georgia lawmakers asked the attorney general to investigate the message in a letter Friday.
The state will also be expanding testing criteria to include all first responders, healthcare workers, and essential employees.
The director of the state Department of Health said that Illinois is flattening the curve despite the new single-day high in confirmed cases.
Residents were alerted that disinfectant products should not be administered "into the body through injection, ingestion, or any other route."
Ichiro Matsui, mayor of Osaka, Japan, said women take longer when they shop because they "browse through different products and weigh out which option is best."
Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms said any success the state has had is owed to social distancing and people staying home.
Though the state has seen 4.4 percent drop in hospitalizations and a 1.2 percent drop in intensive care unit patients, California also experienced its deadliest day since the start of the pandemic with 115 fatalities.
Trump halted funding on April 14, citing the agency's criticism to his travel ban and its statements in January that said COVID-19 did not spread through human-to-human contact.
Congressman Doug Collins from Georgia said he agrees with Governor Brian Kemp on reopening the economy, but not on how the governor is going about doing so.
Roche is set to release its antibody test in May, which will rely on blood drawn intravenously by a doctor or nurse.
The top five private university endowment funds belong to Harvard, Yale, Stanford, Princeton and MIT.
Kenyans held in quarantine at the Kenya Medical Training College were filmed climbing over a wall.
The warning was from 2:30 p.m. to 3 p.m. EDT
Footage shows Tony Spell, who refused to shut down his church in spite of lockdown orders, being taken into custody for backing a church bus toward a protester.
The editorial board of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution stated the governor should focus on goals and not dates as he aims to reopen some businesses as early as Friday.
Facebook group Reopen Maryland organized the protest to tell Governor Larry Hogan to "immediately" resume the state's businesses and schools.
Cuomo said the state had 540 deaths Friday, as New York continues moves past plateau at the apex of the coronavirus pandemic.
The governor extended school closures to May 15 and said it was his personal opinion that students would be masked when schools reopen.
"No decision has been made on the timing for reopening Kentucky's economy," Governor Andy Beshear said.
The inmate was released March 19 and is alleged to have murdered someone the following day.
Members of the White House Coronavirus Task Force will be holding a press conference at 5 p.m. ET.
The university had an endowment value of $40.9 billion for the 2019 fiscal year and an operating surplus for the year of $298 millon.
The president said Wednesday that the nation's "aggressive strategy" to slow the virus' spread is "very strongly working."
"Our Governor and her allies are infecting all of us with their radical, progressive agenda. There is no reasoned and public plan to promote our overall physical and economic health," the Michigan Conservative Coalition wrote on their website.