New York testing site

U.S. Has More Than 200,000 Confirmed Coronavirus Cases

As of Wednesday, more than 4,300 people had died and more than 8,400 people had recovered from the virus in the U.S.

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Russian Mission to the U.N.

Russia Delivers 60 Tons Of Supplies To Help U.S. Fight The Coronavirus

1:02Prince Charles
Kirsty Wigglesworth / AP

Prince Charles Has Recovered From The Coronavirus

1:39NYPD officer wearing a mask
John Minchillo / AP

More Than 1,000 NYPD Officers Have COVID-19

1:38Wuhan man napping in public
AP / Ng Han Guan

China Under-Reporting Coronavirus Cases, U.S. Intelligence Says

2:20Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis arrives at a mobile testing site for coronavirus in The Villages, Fla., on March 23.
John Raoux / AP

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis Issues Stay-At-Home Order

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Kevin McKinney

Life Has Changed: 'Fostering Pets Is The Cool Thing To Do Right Now'

0:56The Wimbledon Championships logo
CNN

2020 Wimbledon Canceled Amid Coronavirus Fear

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Andrew Shafer

'They're Going To Do Their Job:' Police Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

2:25A registered nurse, has hand sanitizer applied on her hands after removing her gloves.
Associated Press

Health Care Workers Demand More Personal Protective Equipment

2:29A woman walks past a sign that reads in Spanish "Stay home" in Mexico City, Tuesday, March 31, 2020.
AP Photo/Eduardo Verdugo

Experts Worry Mexico's Response To COVID-19 Is Too Little, Too Late

3:30A worker handles medical equipment
Ap Images

Where Are The Ventilators? Governors Begging Feds For Supplies

2:16Lauri Mazurkiewicz
Lauri Mazurkiewicz

Nurses Say They Were Fired For Voicing Concerns Amid Pandemic

2:37National Guard members move boxes of supplies
Maryland Air National Guard photo / Master Sgt. Christopher Schepers

Experts Flagged Supply Shortages In National Stockpile For Years

0:58Japanese Prime Minister Abe Shinzo
Eugene Hoshiko / AP

Japan To Expand Entry Ban To Include U.S., Canada

2:38A nurse in protective gear
Elaine Thompson / AP

Export Curbs Could Worsen U.S. Medical Supply Shortages

2:25Florida Department of Economic Opportunity sign
Scripps

Florida's Broken Unemployment System Is Causing Problems Statewide

0:51Cruise ships docked at PortMiami in Florida
Wilfredo Lee / AP

Coast Guard Issues New Evacuation Rules For Cruise Ships

1:07Box of Maximum Strength Zantac tablets
Wilfredo Lee / AP

FDA Asks Manufacturers To Pull Zantac Products Off The Market

1:23Yellow tape blocking off a closed beach in Hawaii
Caleb Jones / AP

Hawaii Threatens Fines, Jail Time For People Who Violate Quarantine

0:52FEderal prison in Colorado
AP / David Zalubowski

Federal Prisons Keeping Inmates In Cells For Two Weeks

0:51A U.S. Army soldier walks inside a mobile surgical unit.
AP

Army Asking Individual Ready Reserve Soldiers To Fight Coronavirus

1:34Colton Underwood recovers from COVID-19
Instagram / coltonunderwood

Former 'Bachelor' Star Speaks On Public Recovery From COVID-19

0:58Medical personnel talk outside the emergency room at NewYork-Presbyterian Lower Manhattan Hospital, Wednesday, March 18, 2020
AP / Mary Altaffer

Major Medical Staffing Company Cuts Salaries, Benefits For ER Workers

1:09USS Theodore Roosevelt aircraft carrier
Bullit Marquez / AP

U.S. Aircraft Carrier In Guam Asks For COVID-19 Help

4:02Illustration of the coronavirus
CDC

Here's What Happens To Your Immune System If You Get The Coronavirus

0:48Lufthansa aircrafts are parked at the airport in Frankfurt, Germany.
AP

Lufthansa Puts Thousands Of Workers On Reduced Hours

2:48A mother with her newborn baby.
Videoblocks

Tech Support: How Some Doulas Plan to Deliver Virtual Care

4:45While US Expands Unemployment, Europe Holds Jobs In Place. Here's How.
Newsy / Jennifer Smart

While US Expands Unemployment, Europe Holds Jobs In Place. Here's How.

0:55A Carnival Corporation cruise ship
Carnival Corporation

Carnival Corp. Seeking Billions To Handle Coronavirus Fallout

1:07Dr. Deborah Birx, White House coronavirus response coordinator
Alex Brandon / AP

White House Predicts Up To 240,000 In U.S. Could Die From Coronavirus