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Governor Andrew Cuomo says that New York may have reached its peak in terms of COVID-19 cases, as steps aimed at containing the deadly virus continue. Cuomo explains that tracking the rate of hospitalizations and ICU visits, the growth curve could be flattening, although models differ on what that means. The governor says that social-distancing is the main reason for improved numbers, and he's ordered schools and non-essential businesses to remain closed through April 29th.       President Trump says the phone call with his political rival went well. During a White House briefing, he said his talk about the coronavirus response with former VP Joe Biden was a "wonderful, warm conversation." Trump noted Biden gave his point of view and offered some suggestions.       New York is getting the green light to treat coronavirus patients on a Navy hospital ship. Governor Andrew Cuomo just got the approval from President Trump. He tweeted the extra one-thousand beds will provide much-needed relief on strained hospitals.       Wisconsin's Supreme Court is blocking Governor Tony Evers' attempt to move in-person voting in Tuesday's presidential primary to a different date. Despite the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the court ruled that Evers does not have the authority to postpone the election. The primary is set to proceed despite the health concerns and a previously reported shortage of polling station workers.       More grocery stores are using one-way aisles to keep shoppers safe during the pandemic. Safeway and Albertsons revealed today they're doing it along with limiting the number of people allowed inside. Walmart started its limit over the weekend and is switching to one-way aisles this week.        The Masters is tentatively being rescheduled for November after it was postponed earlier last month due to the coronavirus. The prestigious golf event in Augusta, Georgia, scheduled to take place this week will instead be played November 12th to the 15th. The Open at Royal Saint George's in the United Kingdom was canceled last week.