Firefighters applauded health care workers and blared sirens from their trucks in New York on April 3 in a show of support for their emergency-response colleagues battling the COVID-19 outbreak in the city.
The major futures indexes are indicating a decline of 1.3 percent when trading begins.
A growing scene for those who venture out into the streets of Manhattan these days is boarded up storefronts.
More than 2,000 people have died from COVID-19 in New City, and more than 3,000 have died in the greater Tri-state area.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose over 469 points, or 2.2. percent.
The real heroes these days are the healthcare workers on the frontlines battling the coronavirus pandemic. Among them is White House Task Force member Dr. Anthony Fauci. He seen daily alongside President Donald Trump and other officials discussing the nation's response to the pandemic.
The Dow, which through Monday had fallen almost 22 percent this year, was on track for its biggest quarterly decline since 1987.
The USNS Comfort, a Navy hospital ship with 1,000 beds, 12 operating rooms and a full medical staff, arrived in the city on Monday. It will be used to treat non-coronavirus patients to free up space in city hospitals.
Monday’s advance comes after President Trump on Sunday evening announced the extension of social distancing guidelines through at least April 30.
A field hospital was being constructed in Central Park on Sunday to deal with the influx of patients in New York City hospitals due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Central Park looks more like a battled field. Kayla Mamelak reports.
The USNS Comfort arrived in New York City to help with hospital overflow due to the coronavirus.
New York City is setting up temporary morgues and deploying refrigerated trucks outside of hospitals for the surge of coronavirus deaths overwhelm the city morgues.
The New York City Police Department is asking for the public's help to locate a man wanted for questioning in connection with a deadly fire inside a Manhattan subway station.
The New York City Police Department has announced its first uniformed officer to die due to coronavirus, the third member of the NYPD to die in the last 48 hours.
On Thursday, Wall Street appeared to shrug off miserable news on unemployment as the S&P 500 rose 6.2 percent, bringing its three-day rally to 17.6 percent.
At least one person is dead after a fire inside the West 110th Street subway station in Manhattan.
An assistant nursing manager in Manhattan died Tuesday, reportedly from coronavirus.
To further the social distancing protocol put into place to reduce the spread of the coronavirus, New York City is implementing a pilot program to close streets.
The Transport Workers Union Local 100 has announced that Oliver Cyrus, a 61-year-old MTA bus driver operating out of the Manhattanville Depot passed away on Thursday due to coronavirus.