The state has become one of the country's hot spots during the outbreak.
Amid the coronavirus pandemic that has spread across the U.S., a number of states have extended their lockdown orders, in an effort to combat the spread of the virus.
While the novel coronavirus continues to spread across the globe, a number of different countries have begun to flatten the curve.
Just last week, COVID-19 was the third leading cause of death, averaging around 748 deaths per day, but as the virus has continued to spread, the increase in daily deaths have followed.
"The kids and the parents were expressing that they just missed each other, missed doing things. So, I was just looking for a way to connect them," Jenifer Levinson told Newsweek.
On Wednesday, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said that the state is beginning to flatten the coronavirus curve, because of the actions taken by the state's residents.
"My expectation is that we'll be opening it up based upon medical conditions," Mnuchin said. "So, obviously we'd like to open up as much GDP as we can, but my expectation is that places like New York are gonna take a little bit longer."
The novel coronavirus has continued to spread across the country, infecting people in every state across the U.S. While New York remains the virus's epicenter in the U.S., a number of other states like Michigan, Louisiana and Florida have also been severely impacted.
The map tracks where the coronavirus outbreak is spreading across the U.S., now the epicenter of the global pandemic.
On Monday, Northwell Health shared a picture on their Instagram account showing a number of healthcare providers wearing superhero capes amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Amid the coronavirus pandemic in the U.S., a number of different states and cities have begun to flatten the curve.
On Sunday, a bride, groom, pastor and 50 wedding guests were arrested in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, for violating the country's coronavirus lockdown, which includes a nationwide ban on public gatherings.
A police department in Texas is planning on charging a teen with a terroristic threat, claiming that she is "willfully spreading" the novel coronavirus, which causes the respiratory disease COVID-19.
Chris Smalls was recently fired after protesting the company's coronavirus safety precautions in a New York City warehouse.
Among the ships are the Coral Princess, which announced Thursday that 12 people on board tested positive for COVID-19
During the coronavirus pandemic, governors and state health officials across the U.S., have been deciding whether abortions are considered elective procedures.
The U.S. now has more confirmed cases of the new coronavirus than Italy and Spain's combined number.
On Thursday, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said that the state will run out of ventilators for coronavirus patients in six days.
A number of new federal policies has been implemented, including the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act.
A number of U.S. states have yet to issue a stay-at-home order, despite the coronavirus pandemic.
On Wednesday, the mayor of Cumming, Georgia announced that he was cancelling the city's social distancing order, despite having almost 5,000 confirmed coronavirus cases in the state.
"My advice to America would be these guidelines are a national stay-at-home order," Adams said while appearing on NBC's 'Today.' "They're guidelines that say that 'look the more we social distance the more we stay at home, the less spread of disease there will be.'"
A new graph shows that 748 people per day die from COVID-19 in the U.S., compared with 1,641 cancer deaths and 1,774 heart disease fatalities.
On Tuesday, New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton suggested that 2020 will be the final season for the team's quarterback, Drew Brees.
On Tuesday, New York Police Department (NYPD) Commissioner Dermot Shea stated that 15 percent of uniformed officers have called out sick amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Some have begun to call for a crackdown on China's wet markets, which are suspected of being the place the virus could have originated.
Social distancing lines are drawn around homeless people as they sleep in a Las Vegas parking lot.
Seven U.S. states have closed school for the remainder of the year, as the new coronavirus pandemic spreads across the country.
At full capacity, the Comfort has 1,000 hospital beds, 80 ICU beds, 12 operating rooms, and a staff of 1,100 to treat patients on board.