Bill and Hillary Clinton sent dozens of pizzas to workers at two hospitals in Westchester County, New York to that them for their hard work. (TMZ)
NBCUniversal CEO Jeff Shell has tested positive for coronavirus. (Variety)
A source close to Harvey Weinstein says he is "doing well" and "showing no symptoms" after testing positive for coronavirus in prison. He remains in isolation. (Page Six)
Universal Orlando Resort has extended its closure until April 19th. Earlier this month, the theme park announced it would be closed until the end of March.
The74th Annual Tony Awards, set for June 7th, will be postponed. A new date has yet to be announced. (MSN)
Celebrity chef Floyd Cardoz, winner ofTop Chef Masters season 3, has died from the coronavirus a week after he was hospitalized in New York with a high fever. He was 59. (People)
NBA star Karl-Anthony Towns of the Minnesota Timberwolves revealed in an emotional videot hat his mother is hospitalized in a medically-induced coma from the coronavirus.