The former Patriot QB called Stern to talk about everything from leaving New England to his friendship with the president.
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.
People risked coronavirus infection to apply in-person.
Two days after the City of Marco Island voted to open limited beach access for its residents, the city reversed its decision.
The majority of Florida voters also said they disapprove of Trump's handling of the coronavirus pandemic.
Florida residents should only leave their home if they are key workers or to access essential services.
Under rules designed to limit the spread of COVID-19, there is a 14-day mandatory self-quarantine order in place for all incoming visitors to Hawaii that asks them to stay indoors. But one man from Tampa didn't listen.
Florida has more than 6,700 confirmed cases of coronavirus, the fifth highest number in the United States.
"The task force has not recommended that to me," Governor Ron DeSantis said.
"If any of those task force folks tell me that we should do X, Y or Z," DeSantis said Tuesday, "of course we're going to consider it."
A man from Cape Coral in Florida has admitted dumping his dog because he believed the animal could infect him with coronavirus.
David Randolph White, 50, was detained on March 29 by deputies from the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office after allegedly approaching a business while holding a container that was labeled "COVID-19."
Holland America Line could not say if the deceased individuals were among the positive tests or if any of the four had the virus.
"We applaud the state of Florida's current efforts. But we must do more to stop the spread of COVID-19," read the petition.
"We are putting in a shelter in place or stay at home order in today," Suarez said. "We're hoping that people get the message to stay home and if you're coming from spring break, go home."
"To everyone who has left New York over the last few days because of the rate of the number of cases," Dr. Deborah Birx said, "you may have been exposed before you left New York."
Ironbound was first tagged last fall in the waters off West Ironbound Island, Nova Scotia.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis issued an executive order Monday night that will force anyone flying from New York, New Jersey or Connecticut to undergo a mandatory two week quarantine when arriving in Florida, effective at 12:01 a.m. Tuesday.
The University of Tampa said another student, unrelated to the spring break group, had also tested positive for COVID-19 after international travel.
"This is a banana republic, is what you're turning this place into with your so-called leadership," Commissioner Omari Hardy shouted at the city's mayor.
"Every part of government has to start telling people: 'Take some personal responsibility here. Don't infect other people,'" Rick Scott warned.
"I want everyone to know that I am feeling much better," Rep. Diaz-Balart said Wednesday in a statement.
A dental student at the University of Florida Dentistry School tested positive for the novel coronavirus but continued to treat patients after the school told the student "not to communicate about his diagnosis."
Tuesday's primaries in Florida, Arizona and Illinois had 441 delegates at stakes for Democratic presidential candidates.
Sanders dominated the early voting states, but he fell behind Biden after nearly all the other moderate candidates dropped out of the race before Super Tuesday.
A swing state in the general election worth 29 electoral votes, Florida has helped to determine past presidential winners.
Infections of COVID-19 continue to spread across the U.S., with more than 2,170 cases and the death toll believed to be at least 50. Here is a round-up of the latest news about the outbreak.
The former vice president boasted his biggest lead over the senator in Florida, where 65 percent of likely primary voters backed him.
The two candidates have very different views on health care and Florida voters support former Vice President Joe Biden's plan to that of Senator Bernie Sanders.