A labor-intensive and time-consuming process, officials say it's key to preventing a resurgence of the novel coronavirus.
The White House Coronavirus Task Force member said social distancing will continue through the summer months, noting that many governors understand the process of reopening must be very gradual.
Even if restrictions are eased, governors on the East and West Coasts have implied that social distancing measures will likely remain in place.
Experts hope that the current pandemic will be the wake-up call the world needs to make it start investing in public health in between outbreaks, not just when there's a crisis.
The 71-year-old, who is heir to the British throne, spent seven days in quarantine at his home on the Balmoral estate in Scotland.
Vasil Pando, 56, of Brooklyn, is facing a number of charges, including the illegal sale of alcohol, promoting gambling, criminal nuisance and reckless endangerment.
MedFetUK said it was "scandalous" that it was "being sought out as last-resort supplier" for Britain's health service during the coronavirus crisis.
Officers from Ewing Township broke up a house party where 47 people, including a DJ, violated the state's stay-at-home order.
President Donald Trump said he was considering a quarantine of New York, but said it was "not necessary" after Governor Andrew Cuomo said it would amount to a "federal declaration of war."
The judge issued warrants despite an order from the Cleveland Municipal Court which postponed hearings for all defendants who were not in jail.
The Office of the Chief Medical Examiner (OCME) said the refrigerated structures outside Bellevue Hospital in Manhattan are to provide emergency capacity if the city's permanent morgues fill up.
A webinar by a team affiliated with the National Home Funeral Alliance advised that during the pandemic every death should be treated as coronavirus-related.
The Grossman School of Medicine made the offer to the class of 2020 in an email, saying eligible students could graduate and start working as soon as April.
The heir to the British throne has tested positive for coronavirus, a spokesperson for Clarence House said.
The Piqua Police Department said it was looking to identify a person who wrote on Facebook that they were coughing with a fever and spreading their illness in shopping areas.
"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."
"The increase in the number of employees on sick report was anticipated and given the nature of the virus, it is expected that this number will grow," the NYPD said.
A court ordered the transportation of Walter Ogrod to an outside hospital after his attorneys filed an emergency motion saying he hadn't been tested for coronavirus, despite developing symptoms.
Nurse Eileen Carney-Jones said thieves stole hand sanitizer from a dispenser at Teddington Memorial Hospital in London, U.K.
Virunga National Park in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) is suspending tourism to protect the site's endangered gorilla population amid the coronavirus outbreak.
The woman was detained when officers stopped her as she walked down the street in Tortosa, a city in Catalonia.
Walter Ogrod's lawyers had filed an emergency motion after the 55-year-old developed a high fever, cough and had difficulties breathing, but wasn't tested for COVID-19.
Cases of the COVID-19 virus in the U.S. have soared past 26,000, according to the latest figures from Johns Hopkins University.
The COVID-19 pandemic continues, with confirmed cases now surpassing 307,000 globally, according to Johns Hopkins University.
"We realize there will be impacts to NASA missions, but we understand that our top priority is the health and safety of the NASA workforce," said the space agency's administrator, Jim Bridenstine.
Oscar Smith's attorneys filed a motion urging the Tennessee Supreme Court to delay Oscar Smith's execution by six months, citing the severe disruptions to daily life during the COVID-19 outbreak.
According to researchers, authorities were able to prevent new infections with tough quarantine measures and strict testing on residents, whether they displayed symptoms or not.
"It's really important that we are careful in the language we use lest it lead to profiling of individuals associated with the virus," the World Health Organization's Mike Ryan said.
Walter Ogrod, 55, has spent almost 28 years behind bars for the murder of a four-year-old girl, but the Philadelphia District Attorney's Office recently filed a request for his release after determining he is "likely innocent."