The White House previously said Trump would visit New Jersey this weekend. Gov. Phil Murphy has ordered visitors to quarantine if they were in with large numbers of Covid-19 cases.
As of Thursday, the nation's seven-day average of new Covid-19 cases reached a record high of more than 33,000 cases, according to Johns Hopkins data.
The U.S. saw a record number of new coronavirus cases in a single day, with 45,557 diagnoses reported Wednesday, according to a tally by NBC News. Wednesday's cases top the previous highest daily count from April 26 — during the first peak of the pandemic in the U.S. — by more than 9,000 cases, according to NBC News' tracking data.
CNBC's Kelly Evans breaks down the latest Covid-19 trends as cases surge in some areas of the United States with William Hanage of Harvard's T.H. Chan School of Public Health.
Kyle Hollenbeck, owner of Aiolo Gourmet Burgers, joins "Squawk Alley" to discuss his business in Arizona and how he's dealing with the coronavirus spike there.
N.Y. Gov. Andrew Cuomo said travelers coming from states with a high infection rate will be subject to the quarantine.
"We've seen that has been a great source of infections. I think you do have to be very strict," Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont told CNBC.
The Arizona Department of Health reported nearly 3,600 additional Covid-19 cases on Tuesday, another record in additional daily cases, ahead of President Donald Trump's scheduled appearances in the state.
Eight advance team members, two of whom are Secret Service agents tested positive either before or after President Donald Trump's Tulsa rally.
The U.S reported more than 30,000 new coronavirus cases on Friday and Saturday, the highest daily totals since May 1, according to data compiled by Johns Hopkins University. New cases across the country are surging faster than ever, especially in states in the South, West and Midwest. The largest single-day increase in global coronavirus cases was recorded on Sunday, according to the World Health Organization, after more than 183,000 new cases were reported worldwide.
The nation's seven-day average of new Covid-19 cases increased more than 24% compared with a week ago, according to Johns Hopkins University data.
CNBC's Josh Lipton reports on Apple's announcement it would re-close some stores in Florida and Arizona given the states' recent spikes in coronavirus cases.
Arizona's coronavirus cases have jumped nearly 300% since May 1. Dr. Farshad Marvasti, University of Arizona College of Medicine director of public health and prevention, joins 'Power Lunch' to discuss the crisis in the state and what policy needs to be put in place to prevent further cases.
Dr. Scott Gottlieb, member of the boards of Pfizer and biotech company Illumina and former FDA commissioner, tells CNBC's "Squawk Box" he does not foresee the United States shutting down for a second time, meaning the country will have to tolerate a certain level of spread of Covid-19 during the reopening process until a vaccine is available.
Black Americans have taken the brunt of the coronavirus damage and are more concerned about the pandemic than other racial groups.
Some Americans and voting rights groups are concerned that the pandemic is forcing voters to choose between their health and their right to vote.
Swing states are sharply divided over the coronavirus with just six months to go before Election Day, according to a CNBC/Change Research poll.
Paul Gray, general manager of the Arizona Grand Resort and Spa, joins "Squawk Alley" to discuss reopening its park and keeping visitors safe.
39 states have lifted coronavirus restrictions. Mayor Jim Lane of Scottsdale, Arizona joins 'Power Lunch' to discuss why the city is continuing to reopen more businesses despite an increase in cases after the initial reopening.
A coronavirus relief fund for Native American communities, which has raised over $2.5 million so far, has seen an influx of Irish donors, looking to reciprocate the aid given to Ireland during its potato famine of the 1840s.