The number of confirmed global cases of the coronavirus has risen to 1,002,159, according to the Johns Hopkins Center for Systems Science and Engineering, and deaths increased to 51,485.
The president also said he'd be meeting with executives of the biggest U.S. oil companies. Reports said the meeting would take place Friday.
Meanwhile, NBC reported that the first Americans to receive government relief under the coronavirus legislation signed into law last month won’t see direct deposit payments until at least the week of April 13 and it could take five months for all the paper checks to go out.
So what does Jim Cramer think about the coronavirus and the government's response to the virus?
He breaks it down for investors in the video above
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