Newsday is providing all readers with access to this breaking news blog on important developments about the coronavirus and our community.
What's happening today:
- Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo said tracking of hospitalizations, intubations and deaths "suggests a possible flattening of the curve" of infections, but warned against complacency.
- Both Long Island counties have surpassed 30,000 people tested for COVID-19.
- What will everyday life look like after COVID-19? Academic futurists have their say.
- British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is in intensive care.
- Just over one month ago, there were no confirmed coronavirus cases on Long Island. See how things escalated.
Monday evening updates
Watch President Trump's press briefing:
Watch Nassau County Executive Laura Curran's COVID-19 Town Hall:
Monday afternoon updates
Watch Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone's update:
Watch Nassau County Executive Laura Curran's press briefing:
Watch Gov. Andrew Cuomo's press briefing: