More than two-thirds of the American population has restrictions
And the growing number has also revealed new demographics with serious illness.
More cases of young adults developing serious illnesses have been reported, but children are believed to avoid the harshest effects.
An investigation is underway to determine the cause of death, the Illinois Department of Public Health said.
A pressure for medical devices is growing
Medical professionals throughout the country have struggled to maintain an adequate supply of personal protective equipment, hospital beds and ventilators.
Trump approved four emergency hospitals in New York. The facilities in Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island and the Bronx will provide 4,000 beds, along with 1,000 beds at a temporary overflow hospital that will open Monday and an additional 1,000 beds at USNS Comfort that will arrive in New York on the same day, Cuomo said.
But officials think the state will need 140,000 beds when it reaches the pandemic in 14 to 21 days, Cuomo said.
The administration will also facilitate the production or acquisition of "100,000 additional units" of fans over a 100-day period, Trump said.
"Maybe we don't even need full activation," Trump said of the Defense Production Act, which he called for Friday. "We want to find out, but we need the fans."
Large companies are also stepping up to close the supply gap. New Balance announced on Twitter on Friday that the US factories will work to develop, produce and deliver face masks to hospitals. On the same day, Delta Air Lines announced that they will fly medical professionals free of charge to areas significantly affected by coronavirus.
Police and nurses get sick
Those who are charged with treating patients and maintaining order also feel the effects of the pandemic.
The lack of personal protective equipment drove a group of New York nurses to protest outside Jacobi Medical Center on Saturday, demanding supplies to do their job safely.
"If we get sick, our patients will get sick. This is for our entire community," said Kelley Cabrera, and a registered nurse. "If you look at what we have in relation to other countries, it is unacceptable."
The medical center said that although staff have adequate supplies, there are nationwide shortages and conservation measures are in place.
Meanwhile, 12 nurses at the University of Illinois Hospital have tested positive for coronavirus, says the state's nursing association.
In New York City, the police department lost its first detective to Covid-19, marking the third death of a NYPD employee for the disease. It has infected at least 696 employees of the New York Police Department.
CNN's Dakin Andone and Alta Spells contributed to this report.