"For us to not have services due to a virus would be for us to go against our extremely strong convictions of the power of God to protect," Awaken Church in Arkansas wrote in a Facebook post.
"We were like shocked that he was kind of sitting in his wheelchair waving at us through the window," the centenarian's daughter said.
A quarter of Americans earning $50,000 to $100,000 would also run out of savings within three months if they were unemployed.
About 31 percent of Mississippians who tested positive for coronavirus have been hospitalized.
"We urge you to fully commit to eliminating all patient cost-sharing for COVID-19," the groups wrote in an open letter.
Florida has more than 6,700 confirmed cases of coronavirus, the fifth highest number in the United States.
Progressive lawmakers, including presidential candidate Bernie Sanders, have argued that the crisis shows a universal health care system is needed.
"The task force has not recommended that to me," Governor Ron DeSantis said.
"It's not too much for Americans to ask of their leaders that they be competent and informed when responding to a crisis of historic proportions," the editorial board wrote.
"The supply chain is absolutely broken," Dr. Megan Ranney said.
Dr. Denis Protsenko gave Putin a tour of a new hospital in Moscow set up to treat coronavirus patients.
"The Turkmen authorities have lived up to their reputation by adopting this extreme method for eradicating all information about the coronavirus," Reporters Without Borders' Jeanne Cavelier said.
A poll by Harvard and Harris conducted from March 24 to 26 shows Biden beating Trump by 10 points, 55 percent to 45 percent.
"I want to be clear: Do not go out unless you need to go out," Governor Ralph Northam said.
"I've known Andrew for a long time," the president said during an interview with Fox News.
"We were worried on Friday about getting through the weekend," Governor Gretchen Whitmer said.
"What I see on a daily basis is pain, despair, suffering and health care disparities," Brooklyn doctor Arabia Mollette said.
"Do you think there is blood on the president's hands considering the slow response?" the 'Meet the Press' host asked the Democratic presidential candidate.
"We've got messaging coming out saying that things are OK, and you should get back to normal," Larry Hogan said. "It does conflict and it hurts with the message."
"We all are deeply concerned and [that's] why we've been raising the alert," said Dr. Deborah Birx.
"And now I think the best thing to do is to prevent more loss of life rather than open things up," the House Speaker warned.
Nearly twice as many supporters of the president said they are "very enthusiastic" about their candidate, compared to those backing the former vice president.
"President Trump was the first world leader to take definitive action early," Peter Navarro said.
Although the New York governor is not running for the Democratic nomination, more people are putting their odds on him over the senator from Vermont.
Several very elderly people, including centenarians in Iran and China, have recovered from the virus.
"The question is, is it going to be short? Or is it going to be elongated?" Mike Wilson asked.
Bernie Sanders' campaign said earlier this week that the senator would take on the former vice president again if a debate is held in April.
"In addition to federal action, lawmakers at the state and local level must do everything they can to ensure that these workers and their families do not suffer economically during this time," the EPI researchers noted.
"Because people start getting sick, the hospitals get overflowing and then people will isolate themselves," Ben Bernanke explained.
Seventy-two percent of Republican voters said they supported a national lockdown amid the coronavirus pandemic.