The outbreak has been a lesson in the importance of early preparation, and experts say that now is the time to get ready for natural disasters.
He was taken to the hospital on Sunday after coronavirus symptoms persisted for 10 days.
Members of the Coronavirus Task Force will provide an update on the situation as the U.S. enters what Trump said will be the "toughest" week.
The peak of the outbreak is expected to hit all three hotspots at the same time.
It's possible people with mild cases are staying out of the hospital and recovering at home, Eric Holdeman, director of the Center for Regional Disaster Resilience told Newsweek.
The Coronavirus Task Force will continue its daily briefings on Friday as cases of a new coronavirus in the U.S. surpass 245,000.
"I want to keep it going as long as we can," Ryan O'Connell told Newsweek.
While it may be hard to focus on the number of recoveries when the death toll continues to rise, officials have cited it as an important aspect of the pandemic to remember.
New York has suffered the greatest loss of life with about 42 percent of U.S. deaths.
On Tuesday, Coronavirus Task Force members will likely share details about updated mitigation guidelines and statistical models that show how President Donald Trump came to the decision to extend his 15-day plan.
U.S. Airlifting Coronavirus Response Supplies From Around the World to New York, Chicago, Other Cities
New York, Chicago and other cities are expected to receive planes carrying critical personal protective equipment, such as masks, gloves and gowns.
Two characteristics of the new coronavirus made it particularly challenging than other pandemics Julio Frenk, Mexico's former Minister of Health, said he experienced.
No state is immune from the outbreak, and officials have warned everyone across America to be prepared for a spike in cases.
The state is leading the nation in coronavirus deaths, accounting for 40 percent of the total recorded fatalities.
Although the virus can survive on surfaces for a few days, officials aren't recommending that people avoid bringing packages inside.
Cases of coronavirus in New York State have surpassed 36,000, nearly half of all the cases in the U.S.
There's no longer time to flatten the curve enough to give hospitals time to respond, so officials are looking at other ways to increase hospital capacity, New York's governor said.
The task force will update the American public Thursday evening as cases of the new coronavirus in the U.S. surpass 69,000.
Governor Andrew Cuomo praised the 40,000 health care workers that signed up for the reserve workforce and implored the federal government to send massive resources to the state.
If schools don't reopen until fall, students who are already behind will likely fall further behind, widening the gap between themselves and their more affluent peers.
On Wednesday morning, there were 55,238 cases of a new coronavirus in the United States.
With cases continuing to rise, Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez asked Parliament to approve a request to extend the state of emergency for 15 days.
Trump and Vice President Mike Pence are expected to answer questions about the coronavirus outbreak in the United States.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said the city had to develop an "immediate plan" to reduce density.
Governor Andrew Cuomo called the additional restrictions the "most drastic action" that he could take.
This was the latest in a series of travel restrictions that Trump has put in place in an attempt to limit the spread of a new coronavirus.
On Friday, administration officials will give Americans an update on the new coronavirus outbreak in the U.S.
At a time when resources need to be reserved for those who need them most, it's important that people who are otherwise healthy stay out of the hospital.