March 22: White House briefing with Coronavirus Task Force held at 3 p.m.

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U.S. hospital ship Mercy to be deployed to Los Angeles, according to FEMA Administrator Peter Gaynor.

He also said with regard to National Guard deployments to California, Washington and New York, to be under control of state governments: "This is not martial law."

Senior president adviser Pete Navarro:

No person or entity will be allowed to hoard and price-gouge critical supplies.

Information provided:

— 100 million Americans under Stay At Home orders.


— New guidance for people exposed to coronavirus to be unveiled by Centers for Disease Control on Monday, March 23.


— For Americans stranded overseas due to flight cancellations, call new State Department phone number at 1-888-407-4747 or visit


— New, more convenient test for coronavirus to be rolled out.

— White House considering releasing some nonviolent elderly inmates due to risk of infection of COVID-19.

— President Trump thinks stimulus package will get done. However, on Sunday, the Senate vote as of 4:30 p.m. March 23 failed to move ahead with an emergency relief package. Lawmakers are continuing to work on a deal.


— 8 large medical structures to be built in California to fill the governor's request, according to Peter Gaynor, FEMA administrator.

— 32,000 U.S. cases of coronavirus; 400 dead in U.S.

— U.S. Surgeon General Dr. Jerome Adams says all people, regardless of citizenship status, should be tested.

— President Trump and Vice President Mike Pense: ICE will not target hospitals or emergency rooms, health clinics or drive thrus. President Trump: "We will test those people."