Boston Mayor Marty Walsh announced Wednesday that the city’s curfew advisory would be extended to May 18.

The date was selected to coincide with Gov. Charlie Baker’s extension of the state's stay-at-home advisory, which he issued Tuesday.

Boston’s curfew went into effect on April 6 and applies to hours between 9 p.m. and 6 a.m. daily.

The city’s public health emergency, which was declared on March 15, will continue until further notice.

Walsh also gave an update on the Boston Resiliency Fund, which he said has collected $27.4 million from 5,000 donors to date.

“Those are remarkable numbers,” he said.

According to the mayor, the fund has so far distributed $13.8 million to 138 different organizations, including public health centers to increase testing.

“It quickly became clear this would become an effective resource to make testing more equitable,” Walsh said.

He said that so far, $2 million of the city's $3 million rental assistance fund, designed to help those ineligible for unemployment yet whose income has been affected by the crisis, has been distributed. Walsh also said that 83% of the city’s small business relief fund will have been distributed by the end of the week.

The mayor added that federal funding will help replenish the city's relief programs.

"Today we secured over $10 million in federal funding that we'll be able to use to resupply those programs and meet other essential needs," Walsh said. "So, the question has come up, 'What happens when these programs run out of money?' And we're working to try and replenish these programs."