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Coronavirus crisis puts more than 76 million Americans under virtual lockdown, with critical medical supply shortage, health workers forced to re-use protective gear, and unemployment soars amid pandemic.

Watch "NBC Nightly News With Lester Holt" at 6:30 p.m. ET / 5:30 p.m. CT (or check your local listings).

1:43 76 Million Americans In 4 States Ordered ‘Stay At Home'
3:49 U.S. Borders Closing To Non-Essential Travel
4:02 Spring Break Crackdown On Beachgoers In Florida
4:48 Olympics Under Mounting Pressure To Postpone Or Delay Tokyo Games
5:14 Emergency Room Doctors In Crisis On The Front Lines
5:24 Health Care Workers Reusing Protective Equipment
5:29 Critial Shortage Of Life-Saving Ventialtors
7:05 U.S. Completes Over 117,000 Tests But Demand Soaring
7:22 Doctors Risk Their Lives While Facing Crippling Shortages
8:07 Unemployment Soars Amid Coronavirus Pandemic
9:48 Trump: I 'Don't Think' A National Lockdown Necessary
10:03 Congress prepping $1 Trillion Coronavirus Relief Package
10:16 Trump Lashes Out After Question About 'Scared' Americans
11:29 Member Of Vice President Pence's Office Tests Positive
12:13 Nbc News Veteran Larry Edgeworth Dies From Coronavirus
14:11 Deadliest Day In Italy With Over 600 New Fatalities
15:47 Cancer Treatments Delayed By Coronavirus Response
18:15 Parents Tasked With Helping Children Learn From Home
23:37 What's The Risk Of Coronavirus For Pregnant Women?


Number of Americans testing positive skyrockets as states struggle to contain outbreak, businesses step in as hospitals run critically low on medical supplies, and President Trump says he hopes to have U.S. reopened by Easter.

Watch "NBC Nightly News With Lester Holt" at 6:30 p.m. ET / 5:30 p.m. CT (or check your local listings).

1:38 Trump Wants U.S. 'Opened Up' By Easter As Cases Top 50,000
2:03 Nearly Half Of All Americans Under Stay At Home Orders
2:40 New York Cases Doubling Every Three Days
2:50 25-Year-Old Man Fighting Coronavirus In Coma
3:17 Los Angeles Reports First Death Of Patient Under 18
3:59 Experts Fear Florida And Texas Could Become New Epicenters
4:39 2020 Tokyo Olympics Delayed Until 2021
5:00 Travelers Leaving NYC Should Self-Quarantine 14 Days
5:47 Health Workers Fall Sick Amid Equipment Shortage
6:32 Governors Plead With Federal Government For More Help
7:48 Hospitals Barring Partners From Delivery Rooms
8:14 Pence: FDA Approves Self-Swab Coronavirus Test
8:37 Trump Would 'Love' To Reopen Economy By Easter
10:05 Senate Closer To $2 Trillion Rescue Deal
10:43 Airlines Brace For Drastic New Cuts To U.S. Flights
11:09 Unemployment Surges As Businesses Shut Down
12:52 China Returns To Normal Life After Outbreak
13:20 Italy Death Toll Spikes By Over 700 In Single Day
13:41 U.K. Mass Transit Packed Despite Stay At Home Order
14:31 Desperate Hospitals Offer Major Perks To Hire Nurses
16:44 Husband Dies From Drug He Thought Prevented Coronavirus
18:29 How Are Coronavirus Symptoms Different From Flu?
Roger Stone sentenced to 3 years, 4 months in prison for lying to Congress, Democrats on the attack in Nevada as Bloomberg makes debate debut, and first coronavirus deaths among evacuees from cruise ship.

Watch "NBC Nightly News With Lester Holt" at 6:30 p.m. ET / 5:30 p.m. CT (or check your local listings).
Deadly tornadoes devastate Nashville and central Tennessee, Democrats compete for more than 1,300 delegates on Super Tuesday, and how officials are preparing for a potential coronavirus outbreak.

Watch "NBC Nightly News With Lester Holt" at 6:30 p.m. ET / 5:30 p.m. CT (or check your local listings).
State of emergency in Los Angeles county over coronavirus outbreak, Michael Bloomberg suspends campaign, endorses Joe Biden, and Tennessee communities picking up the pieces after deadly tornadoes.
Watch "NBC Nightly News With Lester Holt" at 6:30 p.m. ET / 5:30 p.m. CT (or check your local listings).

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>>> BREAKING NEWS
TONIGHT, THE
CORONAVIRUS FORCING MILLIONS MORE AMERICANS INTO VIRTUAL
LOCKDOWN. OVER 75 MILLION PEOPLE IN NEW YORK,
CALIFORNIA, ILLINOIS AND CONNECTICUT ORDERED TO STAY AT
HOME. THE U.S. BORDERS TO MEXICO AND CANADA SET
TO CLOSE TO NON-ESSENTIAL TRAVEL. A SPRING BREAK
CRACKDOWN, FLORIDA COMMUNITIES CLOSING BEACHES.
IN EUROPE, THE CRISIS GROWING. INSIDE THE ICU IN
ITALY. THE COUNTRY'S DEADLIEST DAY.
>>> FEAR ON THE FRONT LINES, E.R. DOCTORS SAYING WE ARE ON THE
VERGE OF A MEDICAL DISASTER. HEALTH CARE WORKERS'
LIVES AT RISK. >> THERE'S A LOT OF ANXIETY.
THERE'S A LOT OF FEAR. THERE'S A LOT OF, YOU KNOW, WONDERING IF
YOU'RE RISKING YOUR LIFE GOING TO WORK. >> CRITICAL SHORTAGES
OF LIFE-SAVING EQUIPMENT. PRESIDENT TRUMP
INVOKING WAR POWERS TO ORDER COMPANIES TO MANUFACTURE SUPPLIES.
>>> THE TRILLION DOLLARS RELIEF PLAN, HOW COULD CONGRESS
APPROVE THE CHECKS? THE STAGGERING RISE IN UNEMPLOYMENT.
PEOPLE OUT OF WORK LINING UP FOR FREE MEALS.
>>> THE HEALTH CARE CRUSH, VITAL TREATMENTS DELAYED.
OR CORE SPON -- OUR CORRESPONDENT BATTLING FEELING THE IMPACT
FIRSTHAND. UR CORRESPONDENT BATTLING FEELING THE IMPACT
FIRSTHAND. >> THE SURGE IN STUDENTS LEARNING FROM
HOME. 50 MILLION TAKING LESSONS ONLINE BUT
WHAT ABOUT THE KIDS WITHOUT INTERNET ACCESS?
>>> DOES THE CORONAVIRUS PRESENT A BIGGER RISK TO
PREGNANT WOMEN? >>> GOOD EVENING. IT WAS JUST A LITTLE
OVER TEN DAYS AGO WE WERE SHAKING OUR HEADS AT NEWS THAT ITALY WAS
LOCKING DOWN THE ENTIRE COUNTRY TO STOP THE SPREAD OF
COVID-19. AWFUL WE THOUGHT BUT COULDN'T HAPPEN HERE,
EXCEPT IT SLOWLY IS. STATE BY STATE RESIDENTS ORDERED TO
STAY INDOORS. NON-ESSENTIAL BUSINESSES TOLD TO
CLOSE. THE LATEST, CONNECTICUT AS THE
WAVE OF SICKNESS IS FOLLOWING THE GRIM PREDICTIONS.
OUR TEAM IS GOING TO EXPLORE THE FACTS, THE RAMIFICATIONS AND WHAT
OUR LEADERS ARE DOING TO PROTECT US. WE START WITH MIGUEL
ALMAGUER. >> Reporter: TONIGHT, THE GOVERNORS OF NEW
YORK, CALIFORNIA, ILLINOIS AND CONNECTICUT TAKING
DRASTIC AND HISTORIC ACTION, RESIDENTS OF MULTIPLE STATES TOLD
TO GO HOME AND STAY HOME AS THE CORONAVIRUS CRISIS
EXPLODES ACROSS THE NATION AFFECTING AT LEAST 76 MILLION
PEOPLE, THE ORDERS WHICH IT VIOLATED COULD INCLUDE A CIVIL
FINE, MEANS ALL NON-ESSENTIAL BUSINESSES MUST CLOSE
WHILE PLACES LIKE GROCERY STORES, GAS STATIONS, AND MASS
TRANSIT CONTINUE TO OPERATE. GOING OUT TO PICK UP
FOOD OR SUPPLIES OR SOLITARY EXERCISE, LIKE A WALK OR HIKE
ARE PERMITTED. >> WHEN I TALK ABOUT THE MOST DRASTIC
ACTION WE CAN TAKE, THIS IS THE MOST DRASTIC ACTION WE CAN
TAKE. >> Reporter: AS THE NUMBER OF CONFIRMED
CASES SKYROCKETS IN NEW YORK, IN CALIFORNIA, THE MOST
POPULATED STATE IN THE NATION, THEY HAVE DOUBLED.
IN A LETTER TO CONGRESS, GAVIN NEWSOM IS REQUESTING A
BILLION DOLLARS TO FIGHT THE VIRUS AND ASKING FOR THE "U.S.
N.S. MERCY" A FLOATING VESSEL TO DOCK IN LOS ANGELES.
>> THIS IS A MOMENT WE NEED STRAIGHT TALK AND WE NEED TO TELL PEOPLE
THE TRUTH. WE NEED TO BEND THE CURVE IN THE STATE OF
CALIFORNIA. >> Reporter: WITH CALIFORNIA BRACING FOR
20% OF THOSE INFECTED WITH THE CORONAVIRUS TO BE HOSPITALIZED, IN
WASHINGTON STATE, WHERE THE DEATH TOLL IS THE HIGHEST,
OFFICIALS SAY THEY ARE PREPARING TO RATION HEALTH CARE INCLUDING
VENTILATORS. >> A NOTION THIS COULD HAPPEN IN AMERICA,
WHERE WE CAN SEE SOMETHING HAPPENING AND CAN'T GET THE
RESOURCES TO AVERT IT IS RIDICULOUS. IT SHOULD NOT HAPPEN.
>> Reporter: IN UNCHARTED TERRITORY, THE U.S. GOVERNMENT
EXTENDED THE FEDERAL TAX DEADLINE 90 DAYS, THE FIRST TIME IN
HISTORY HOPING TO EASE THE FINANCIAL BURDEN ON ALL AMERICANS WITH
THE MEXICAN AND CANADIAN BORDERS CLOSING TO
NON-ESSENTIAL TRAVEL, THE CDC IS WORRIED BORDER PATROL AGENTS
FACE A SERIOUS RISK OF BECOMING INFECTED. THE CRACKDOWN ON LARGE
GROWN UPS SPREADING COAST-TO-COAST, ORANGE COUNTY, FLORIDA, WHICH
INCLUDES ORLANDO WILL HAVE A CURFEW BEGINNING TONIGHT.
KERRY SANDERS IS ACROSS THE STATE. >> Reporter: THE
CONFLICTED IMAGES OF STATES LIKE CALIFORNIA SHUT DOWN
WHILE HERE IN CLEARWATER, FLORIDA, SPRING BREAKERS
FINALLY HIT A BREAKING POINT. THIS BEACH WILL CLOSE
DOWN TONIGHT AND ALREADY SOME COLLEGE KIDS SEEM TO BE
GETTING THE MESSAGE, PACKING UP AND HEADING HOME.
>> Reporter: JUST FOUR MONTHS AWAY FROM THE TOKYO OLYMPICS, USA
SWIMMING IS OFFICIY CALLING FOR A ONE-YEAR POSTPONEMENT OF THE
GAMES. FACING A NEW REALITY TONIGHT WE ARE ALL
REMINDED OF WHAT'S AT STAKE, THIS THE CHANGING FACE OF THE
NATION PERHAPS MORE CONNECTED THAN WE ARE APART.
THE U.S. OLYMPIC COMMITTEE SAYS IT'S PREMATURE TO MAKE A
DECISION ABOUT THE SUMMER GAMES. FOR THE GO HOME ORDER
IN CALIFORNIA, IT'S OPEN ENDED BUT THE MAYOR OF LOS ANGELES
SAYS IT COULD LAST UPWARDS OF TWO MONTHS, LESTER?
>>> AT THE NATION'S HOSPITALS A WORSENING SITUATION AS DOCTORS
AND NURSES TRY TO SAVE LIVES INCREASINGLY WITHOUT THE PROTECTIVE
GEAR AND EQUIPMENT THEY NEED. TOM COSTELLO HAS THE
LATEST. >> Reporter: THE WARNING FROM THE
NATION'S FRONT LINE E.R. DOCTORS, THE SITUATION IS CRITICAL.
>> WHAT WE'RE DEALING WITH RIGHT NOW IS SOMETHING MOST OF US
IN OUR CAREERS HAVE NEVER SEEN, WHICH IS A SLOW ROLL MASS
CASUALTY INCIDENT. >> Reporter: WITH DOCTORS AND NURSES
RUNNING LOW AND REUSING PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT,
COMMUNITIES ARE STEPPING UP AND MAKING MASKS.
NEW YORK CITY IS WARNING IT WILL RUN OUT WITHIN TWO WEEKS.
U MASS MEDICAL NEAR BOSTON SAYS IT'S A MATTER OF DAYS.
>> RIGHT NOW, YOU KNOW, OUR NUMBER ONE PRIORITY IS GETTING
THE N95 MASKS AND GOWNS WOULD BE NUMBER TWO, GLOVERS AND EYE
SHIELDS WILL BE RIGHT BEHIND IT, AS WELL. >> Reporter: ALSO IN
HIGH DEMAND, VENTILATORS FOR THE MOST CRITICALLY ILL
PATIENTS. >> WE NEED THOSE VENTILATORS.
THE VENTILATORS ARE TO THIS WAR WHAT MISSILES WERE TO WORLD WAR II.
>> Reporter: NATIONWIDE HOSPITALS HAVE ROUGHLY 160,000
VENTILATORS BUT DOCTORS WARN THEY MAY NEED AS MANY AS
960,000 IN A WORST-CASE SCENARIO. COLOMBIA MEDICINE
SURGEON WROTE A "NEW YORK TIMES" OP ED WARNING THE SKY IS
FALLING. >> IT FEELS LIKE LIVING IN A TERRIFYING
SCI-FI MOVIE, BUT THIS IS REAL LIFE. AND IN THE UNITED
STATES OUR HOSPITALS, AT LEAST IN NEW YORK, ARE GOING TO START TO
LOOK LIKE ITALY'S HOSPITALS. >> Reporter: THE
PRESIDENT TODAY ANNOUNCED AN AUTO MAKER IS OFFERING TO
PRODUCE VENTILATORS. >> ONE COMPANY THAT HAS OPENLY STATED, IS
GENERAL MOTORS. >> Reporter: FORD TELLS NBC NEWS IT'S
ALSO OFFERED TO HELP AND 3M IS MAKING 400 MILLION N95
RESPIRATORS A YEAR. MEANWHILE, CONTINUED FRUSTRATION OVER
TESTING FOR THE VIRUS. >> THEY SAID YOU GOT TO GO TO THE HOSPITAL
BUT THEN TELL YOU TO STAY AWAY FROM THE HOSPITAL.
>> Reporter: NBC NEWS CALCULATES MORE THAN 117,000 COVID-19 TESTS
HAVE BEEN COMPLETED. AS MOST STATES STRUGGLE TO MEET
DEMAND, A NEWLY OPEN SITE IN NEW JERSEY TODAY FILLED TO
CAPACITY AND FORCED TO CLOSE WITHIN FOUR HOURS.
ON THE FRONT LINES, DOCTORS ARE ALREADY BATTLING TO SAVE
LIVES. >> THERE'S A LOT OF ANXIETY, THERE'S A LOT
OF FEAR. THERE'S A LOT OF, YOU KNOW, WONDERING IF
YOU'RE RISKING YOUR LIFE BY GOING TO WORK, BUT WE'RE FEELING
ABANDONED. WE'RE FEELING ISOLATED.
>> Reporter: WITH SUPPLIES AND MEDICINE RUNNING LOW, HOSPITALS
ARE PREPARING TO MAKE TERRIBLE DECISIONS ABOUT WHICH PATIENT
HAS A BETTER CHANCE OF SURVIVAL AND WHICH PATIENT MAY BE DENIED
THE CARE THEY NEED. LESTER? >> TOM, THIS IS
TROUBLING. THESE ARE THE PEOPLE WE ABSOLUTELY NEED.
THANK YOU. >>> THE DEVASTATING AND DEEPENING IMPACT
ON BUSINESS PUSHED THE MARKETS DOWN AGAIN TODAY.
THE DOW TUMBLING MORE THAN 900 POINTS TO END WALL STREET'S WORST
WEEK SINCE '08. GABE GUTIERREZ ON THE SUDDEN AND STAGGERING
RISE ON UNEMPLOYMENT. >> Reporter: IT BECOME A DAILY RITUAL.
NEWLY UNEMPLOYED HOSPITALITY WORKERS ARE COMING TO HOOK
HALL. CORONAVIRUS FORCED THIS BAR TO CLOSE AND
WITH DONATED SUPPLIES, VOLUNTEER CHEFS ARE FEEDING THOSE OUT OF
WORK FROM AROUND THE AREA. >> IT'S JARRING.
IT'S SO JARRING TO SEE THE NUMBER OF PEOPLE COME THROUGH THE DOOR.
>> Reporter: YESTERDAY,THE LABOR DEPARTMENT SAYS LAST
WEAK'S NATIONWIDE UNEMPLOYMENT CLAIMS WERE UP DRAMATICALLY,
TONIGHT AN EVEN BLEAKER PICTURE FROM INDIVIDUAL STATES.
IN SOUTH CAROLINA UNEMPLOYMENT CLAIMS THIS WEEK SHOT UP AT
LEAST 400%, COLORADO 875%. OREGON MORE THAN 2100%
IN JUST TWO DAYS. >> THIS IS JUST THE TIP OF THE ICEBERG.
IT'S ONLY A COUPLE DAYS AND ONLY 21 STATES.
IT COULD BE AS MANY AS 2 MILLION PEOPLE. >> Reporter: ACROSS
THE COUNTRY. >> I MEAN, IT'S A MESS.
>> Reporter: WORKERS LIKE LORENZO ARE COMPLAINING OF JAMMED
PHONE LINES AND CRASHING UNEMPLOYMENT WEBSITES.
>> IT'S STRESSFUL. IT'S REALLY STRESSFUL AND, YOU KNOW, FIRST
TIME I'VE BEEN UNEMPLOYED IN MY ENTIRE LIFE SINCE I
WAS 16. >> Reporter: BARTENDER BEVERLY BARBER GOT HER
LAST PAYCHECK TODAY. >> YOU DON'T KNOW WHERE YOUR NEXT DOLLAR
IS COMING FROM. >> Reporter: THE OWNERS OF THE BAR ARE
FORCED TO FURLOUGH DOZENS OF WORKERS, WITH NO CUSTOMERS THEY
ARE DOING WHAT THEY CAN TO SERVE EACH OTHER.
LESTER? >> GABE, THANK YOU. >>> ALSO BREAKING,
THAT TRILLION-DOLLAR RELIEF PACKAGE THAT INCLUDES DIRECT
PAYMENTS TO AMERICANS APPEARS TO BE COMING TOGETHER.
PLUS PRESIDENT TRUMP ON WHETHER WE NEED A NATIONWIDE LOCKDOWN.
PETER ALEXANDER AT THE WHITE HOUSE NOW. >> Reporter: WITH
STRICT NEW MEASURES NOW BEING IMPLEMENTED IN THE HARDEST HIT
STATES LIKE CALIFORNIA AND NEW YORK TO SLOW THE SPREAD OF THE
VIRUS, TONIGHT PRESIDENT TRUMP SAYS A NATIONAL LOCKDOWN IS
NOT NEEDED. >> WE'RE WORKING WITH THE GOVERNORS AND I
DON'T THINK WE'LL EVER FIND THAT NECESSARY. >> Reporter: LAWMAKERS
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