3. The latest in the U.S.
The U.S. on Thursday reported the most coronavirus cases in the world for the first time, over China and Italy with at least 82,404 infections and more than 1,000 deaths, according to data from Johns Hopkins.
The Trump administration is developing a plan to label counties across the country as "high-risk, medium-risk, or low-risk" areas for the spread of the coronavirus, President Trump said in a letter to the nation's governors on Thursday.
A record 3.3 million people filed for unemployment insurance last week, a sign that the coronavirus is causing joblessness like never before.
The White House canceled an announcement planned for Wednesday on a proposed venture between General Motors and Ventec Life Systems to build necessary ventilators amid the coronavirus outbreak, the New York Times first reported and Axios confirmed.
Three immigrant minors in government custody who had crossed into the U.S. without their parents are confirmed to have the novel coronavirus, according to a statement by Health and Human Service's Office of Refuge Resettlement.
Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.) announced Monday that her husband, John Bessler, has been released from the hospital after testing positive for the coronavirus.
One of the biggest silver linings of the current crisis is the fact that the U.S. has the deepest capital markets in the world, Axios' Felix Salmon writes.