Around the World:
The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in New York reached 151,598, more than any country except the United States.
Indonesia reported its biggest daily jump in coronavirus deaths, bringing the country’s total number of fatalities to 280, with 3,293 total confirmed cases.
Another 6.6 million American workers filed first-time unemployment claims for the week ending April 4, bringing the cumulative total to 16 million over the past three weeks.
The second coronavirus vaccine trial began in the U.S.
Georgia delayed its presidential primary again until June 9. It had been scheduled for March 24 originally and was first pushed back until May 19.
New York reported 799 deaths from coronavirus in one day, its highest daily toll yet in the pandemic, bringing the state’s total number of fatalities to 7,067.
Pennsylvania emerged as a coronavirus hotspot after a surge in new cases. The state reported a total of 18,228 cases statewide and 338 deaths.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was moved out of the intensive care unit but remained hospitalized.
California saw its first daily decrease in intensive care hospitalizations during the coronavirus outbreak, in addition to declines in the rate of all virus hospitalizations.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention extended indefinitely the government's March 14 no-sail order for cruise ships.
Spain extended state of emergency measures until April 26.
Sources: The COVID Tracking Project and NBC News