Coronavirus: The highest allocation of US history

US News (INL): The United States has taken far-reaching measures to deal with the economic damage caused by the spread of coronavirus worldwide. The Republican government is pushing $ 2 trillions of dollars into the series. White House and Senate members have agreed on a historic move. Senate leaders signed the agreement Wednesday (25th March) morning at the White House. The deal is the highest in the history of the US Congress in the wake of the coronavirus epidemic. “We have discussed this since last Friday,” said Eric Wieland, White House legislative director. At the end, we were able to reach an agreement.

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell made the formal announcement of the agreement, saying, “The discussion has been going on for the past few days. But Senate Democrats and Republican lawmakers disagreed on various issues. Finally we got a deal. We have agreed to a historic relief package to counter the coronavirus epidemic.” After a lengthy discussion on Wednesday, the two sides reached an agreement.

The unemployment benefits will increase in this allocation

Due to the outbreak of coronavirus, this is a large financial agreement to support workers, businesses and the healthcare system. After the pressure and hesitation, the agreement was reached. Detailed information about this $ 2 trillions of dollars package has not been released yet. However, based on the issues discussed in the last 24 hours, CNN said the allocation would provide direct financial assistance to most Americans, increase unemployment benefits and keep workers from living at home. Hospitals will receive significant support as well. $ 25 billion to help individuals and families, $ 35 billion to finance small business loans, $ 25 billion to provide unemployment benefits and $ 50 billion to help disadvantaged companies.

Meanwhile, the World Health Organization (WHO) has warned that the United States could become a new center for the spread of coronavirus after Europe. According to data from the World Ometer, a survey review agency, 54867 people have been infected in the United States. Of these, 782 died. The global pandemic of coronavirus has so far affected 196 countries and regions of the world. So far, the total number of victims in the world is 442,829. And 18,409 people have died in the world after being infected with coronas. 111,854 people returned home healthy.

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