The ongoing coronavirus outbreak in the United States has infected at least 2,885 people, with the death toll at 60. Every state except West Virginia has reported at least one case of the virus.

Dr. Anthony Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease, said in a White House briefing Saturday that the U.S. has not reached its peak in terms of cases. Americans are being encouraged to avoid large gatherings and crowds to prevent the further spread of the virus.

The virus has also had major impacts on business in the United States. Sportswear giant Nike has decided to temporarily close all of its stores in the U.S., along with Apple. Walmart is limiting its hours amid the outbreak, while grocery giant Kroger is ramping up hiring in order to keep its shelves stocked.

President Trump has placed restrictions on travel from 26 Schengen Area European countries, along with the U.K. and Ireland. Americans are flying back from Europe to the U.S., as several European nations go on lockdown. CNN has reported that Americans returning from Europe are facing long lines in airports such as Dallas, Chicago and New York. CNN also reported that some Americans are waiting as much as five hours to be screened by federal authorities.

The House of Representatives passed a relief package on Friday which would provide testing for all Americans and provide paid sick leave for workers affected by the crisis. The Families First Coronavirus Response Act also has received support from Trump but the Senate may take days to vote on the bill.