The one-time loans will be for businesses with 500 employees or less, with some exceptions, and are capped at $10 million.
Modeling from the UW Medicine Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation suggests U.S. cases of COVID-19 could peak around April 15, 2020.
Some experts think that the hole formed as a result of natural processes, while others argue that humans may be partly to blame.
If the government cannot ensure remote hearings, it should release immigration detainees, advocates say.
"We are going in the right direction and we must not change our strategy in the least. The return to normality will be a gradual process," said top Italian health official Franco Locatelli.
Other states, including Alabama and Georgia, have only issued the stay at home orders in major cities.
The Brooklyn native has organized for 10 million medical masks to be delivered to healthcare workers in New York City.
Seven U.S. states have closed school for the remainder of the year, as the new coronavirus pandemic spreads across the country.
According to fatality records from New York City's Department of Health, the death rate reached an average of one per 11.7 minutes between Thursday and Sunday night.
"I want to be clear: Do not go out unless you need to go out," Governor Ralph Northam said.
The International Olympic Committee announced the rescheduled dates for the 2020 Games on Monday.
The Massachusetts Democrat said health care workers were in "desperate need" of medical materials amid nationwide shortages.
The governor announced an extension for New York State's "PAUSE" policy, now in effect for at least two more weeks.
Sophie Gregoire Trudeau said she is "feeling so much better," after she had tested positive for the coronavirus earlier this month.
Santos announced his stepfather's passing in a sobering post shared to Instagram Saturday evening, which touched on additional trauma caused by separation directives enacted amid the pandemic.
Around 25 states have taken steps to limit or shutter operations at all non-essential businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Academics in Israel suggested balancing public health and economic concerns with a mixed week of work and lockdown days, but other experts have serious doubts.
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What do two Americans who are classical musicians do while quarantined in their newly adopted home in Italy? Play a nightly concert on their balcony, of course. It's a gift for their Italian neighbors, but they also have a strong message for Americans, too.
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WhyHunger says there has been a sharp spike in people calling its emergency line since the shutdown in the U.S.
Cases of coronavirus in New York State have surpassed 36,000, nearly half of all the cases in the U.S.
"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.
The ICAN report comes as the novel coronavirus has infected over 492,000 people, according to a tracker provided by Johns Hopkins University.
The U.S. death toll has climbed past 1,000 and New Zealand has begun a month-long country lockdown in a bid to prevent an outbreak.
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.
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Jerome Adams told Fox News anchor Laura Ingraham that too many people were out there "doing the wrong things."