President Trump tweeted earlier in the day that the task force would be meeting ahead of the briefing.
"We see you. We feel your sorrow. You are not alone, even in this moment of deep loneliness." John Dickerson on how we can respond to those who are suffering from losses caused by COVID-19.
Today on "Face the Nation," with the month of March behind us, Americans prepare for what's likely to be a catastrophic April.
With spring in the air, people are looking to plant gardens. But the coronavirus pandemic and the challenging times facing those in lockdown have brought to mind among some green thumbs the victory gardens of World War II. Tracy Smith reports on how nurseries are now selling out, not of flower bulbs, but of vegetables, and how online tutorials about growing your own food are sprouting up everywhere.
Michael Dowling, the head of Northwell Health, says New York hospitals "have enough protective equipment" to treat the number of COVID-19 patients.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been hospitalized for tests, 10 days after he tested positive for coronavirus, his office said Sunday.
A New York City restaurant owner says she's concerned about the well-being of the employees she's had to lay off as the novel coronavirus grips the region.