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White House addresses coronavirus outbreak Monday (LIVE) | USA Today

The coronavirus task force provides an update on the outbreak.

Legislation to provide economic relief to Americans affected by coronavirus is heading to the Senate for an expected vote Monday. The Families First Coronavirus Response Act would ensure sick leave for affected workers and include money for coronavirus testing for Americans, including the uninsured. Trump and lawmakers have been under pressure to ease fears over the spread of COVID-19, which has halted many parts of public life, forced the closure of schools and pummeled financial markets.

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