"This is how [the] spread is occurring", he said. We want you to know it's worthwhile to be spreading it to somebody else. There are supplies going out to the places most at need: Washington, California, New York.
"I want to appeal to everyone in the House and Senate, you have got to help cities, towns, countries, states, public hospitals, private hospitals. I'm competing with California and IL and Florida", he said.
Adams referenced New York City, which has become an epicenter of the outbreak in the USA, as an example of what could happen if people don't take the pandemic seriously.
Mr Trump said he had approved a request to issue a major disaster declaration for the state of NY, which has seen the vast majority of America's coronavirus cases.
"The concept of nationalizing our business is not a good concept", Trump said, mentioning that multiple companies have "called us" to make medical supplies. Almost 30 percent of the cases were among people under the age of 45.
"We're competing against each other on what should be a national crisis where we should be coming together and the federal government should be leading, helping us", Pritzker told the "Today" program. "But above all, it is possible to spread this disease to your loved ones". There are theories that it could be because we know we have a higher proportion of people in the United States and also in Italy who vape - we don't know if that's the only cause.
"It's not hard to make a mask or PPE (personal protective equipment) equipment or a gown, but you need companies to do it", the NY governor said.
That's a question the president raised Sunday night, when he tweeted that shutdown measures would be reevaluated after 15 days to ensure that the cure isn't worse than the disease.
Adams said that "there are not enough people out there who are taking this seriously" and urged Americans to stay home.
DeSantis said the facility did not take precautions against the virus, allowing staff who hadn't been screened for symptoms to freely enter the building. Nearly half all USA cases - 20,875 - are in NY state.