The United States currently has the most cases of coronavirus in the world, with 102,920 infected and the domestic death toll standing at 1,590 as of Saturday at 11:20 a.m. ET. 

New York has the most cases, at 45,934. As of Friday, New York City alone had more than 25,000 cases, the largest number of any city in the country. 

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has urged the federal government for 30,000 ventilators, which he says will be needed in three weeks when the state has hit the peak number of cases.

The request comes as President Trump has doubted that New York would need that many ventilators. Cuomo has called Trump’s assessment of the situation "incorrect and grossly uninformed." He has stated it would take "weeks and weeks and weeks" to defeat the virus. 

Chicago, New Orleans and especially Detroit are now considered coronavirus hotspots.

Michigan will be open to federal aid to help fight the pandemic after Trump on Saturday approved the state's disaster declaration amid a feud with Democratic Gov. Gretchen Whitmer.

Trump has frequently lashed out at state governors and on Friday said that he instructed Vice President Mike Pence to not call governors who were not “appreciative” of his administration’s response to the virus.

“I think they should be appreciative. Because you know what? When they’re not appreciative to me, they’re not appreciative to the Army Corps [of Engineers], they’re not appreciative to FEMA. It’s not right,” Trump said at a White House press briefing Friday, referring to the governors.

Trump has often been criticized for his handling of the virus and for comparing it to the flu. He also wants the U.S. to open up the economy by Easter on April 12, a statement that has been widely criticized by public health experts.

There are at least 621,636 cases of coronavirus around the world, with at least 28,658 deaths.