The peak of the outbreak is expected to hit all three hotspots at the same time.
"Children without connectivity are at risk of not only being unable to complete their homework during this pandemic, but being unable to continue their overall education," senators wrote in a letter sent to congressional leadership.
The president cautioned Americans that the next two weeks would be "rough."
A record-breaking 3.3 million people filed for unemployment benefits last week as businesses across the country shut down because of the virus outbreak.
With over 800,000 cases of COVID-19 globally, the cases in the United States, Italy, Spain, China, Germany, France and Iran, represent approximately 74 percent of them.
Six people were injured by a large tornado which struck the city of Jonesboro in Arkansas.
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. has administered over 432,000 COVID-19 tests.
President Donald Trump's timeline to restore the United States' regular operations is "aspirational," Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, told NPR Thursday.
"It depends very much on the person's level of earnings," one labor economist said. "Your income over the past year is the basis of the size of the payment."
More than 280,000 Americans filed for unemployment benefits last week—a 33 percent spike from the previous week.
Italy and Spain have the most confirmed cases in Europe, while in this country New York has the most of any state.
"I want to make sure that not a second is wasted because of physical limitations that we have on convening," Rep. Eric Swalwell said.
"New legislation will likely expand eligibility dramatically, so people who don't think they qualify right now, double-check," said Michele Evermore of the National Employment Law Project.
The European country recorded the world's deadliest 24-hour period of coronavirus-related fatalities Saturday, prompting additional draconian lockdown restrictions.
A Chinese ambassador concurred with the former secretary of state's recent remark that President Donald Trump is "turning to racist rhetoric" to distract from his administration's coronavirus response failures.
More than 50 percent of the total confirmed cases in the U.S. are reported to be in Washington state, New York, and California.
More than 25 million people across the state could be infected over the next eight weeks if no mitigation efforts are made, California Governor Gavin Newsom warned.
Amid the pandemic, more than 40 states have shut down schools to help slow the spread of coronavirus.
Nearly 32.5 million students have been hit by school closures, as the outbreak continues across the country.
More than 4-in-10 Americans say they are more likely to support a universal health care proposal in the wake of coronavirus spread.
Nathan Nichols said he wouldn't collect rent in April on units he owns in South Portland as his tenants are service and hourly workers, who will face financial hardship in the coming months.
The poll from NBC News and The Wall Street Journal also asked if Americans think the outbreak is going to get worse, with 60 percent saying they think it will.
Americans abroad scrambled to get back to the U.S. before the ban, hoping to avoid any hassle in case the exemption for U.S. citizens changes or the situation gets worse in the coming days.
New York City has declared a state of emergency, as the virus has spread to at least 1,200 people across 42 states.
Los Angeles County confirmed its first death, as New York City's St. Patrick's Day parade is postponed, with more restrictions to be introduced in the city.
Some insurance companies have been adjusting their policies in view of the outbreak, but travelers should check with their airlines, hotels and travel agents before filing a claim with insurers.
"The longer poor animal welfare practices continue, the greater the risk of zoonotic disease outbreaks becoming more frequent," said Alesia Soltanpanah of World Animal Protection, U.S.
The head of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, which also overseas airports in New York, is among the latest to test positive in the country.
Virginia has become the first southern U.S. state, and fourth state in the country, to ban racial discrimination on the basis of hair.