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Coronavirus: US Senate passes major $1.9tn relief plan


The US Senate has voted to approve America’s third significant spending package to manage the effect of the Covid pandemic.

The $1.9tn (£1.4tn) plan passed by 50 votes to 49 on Saturday, and will currently make a beeline for the House of Representatives where it is required to be endorsed.

The alleviation plan has been supported by President Joe Biden as an approach to help battling residents.

In any case, his Democratic Party settled on certain issues in front of the vote.

There were significant conversations over government unemployment benefit, which Democrats consented to bring down from $400 to $300 every week. It will be stretched out until 6 September.

America’s worst public health crisis in a century has left nearly 523,000 people dead and 29 million infected, with a current unemployment rate of 6.2%.


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