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Coronavirus : Trump Signs A $8.3bn Bill To Fight Coronavirus Outbreak In USA


David Mudd

Coronavirus is a highly contagious disease that’s taking a toll on everyone’s life around the world right now. The world as a whole is shaken up and is trying to take measures to stop the spread and make sure everyone’s safe.

Coronavirus: Symptoms And Precautions


Coronavirus or COVID-19 is a disease seen in animals. It’s spread from animals to human beings. It originated from a market in Wuhan China and now is spreading all over the world. Transportation from in and out of China is wholly restricted to ensure safety. Even after the measures, the virus has managed to reach many countries and the world is shaken up. Here are some of the symptoms of the infection.

A cold, dry cough and breathing problems are some of the primary symptoms of the virus. So if you have any of the mentioned symptoms, make sure to visit a doctor for your safety and others.

There are some general precautions you can take to keep the virus away from you. Stay away from someone with a cough or a cold, wash your hands regularly especially when you go out and come back home, avoid visiting crowed places cause you never know and make sure to have a bath every day.

These are some of the things you can take care of, and it’s effortless. Since there’s no proper medication discovered for the disease, it’s safe to follow the precautions.

Coronavirus: Trump signs An $8.3bn bill to fight The Coronavirus outbreak in The USA

Every government in the world are trying to do their best to stay from the virus. Everyone is taking steps to keep the virus out of their country and help the people who’ve already been affected.

Donal Trump, President of the United States of America, signed an $8.3 billion bill to fight the coronavirus outbreak in the USA. The disease has already killed around 12 people in the USA, and over 200 people are still struggling with the illness.

Trump had planned to sign the bill while visiting the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta. The Senate passed the multi-billion dollar bill to help combat the spread of the deadly virus. The wide range of disease concerns everyone around the globe. According to reports, only one Senate member denied the bill, Republican Rand Paul of Kentucky.

“ In situations like this, I believe no expense should be spared to protect the American people, and in crafting this package none was,” said Appropriations Committee Chairman Richard Shelby, R-Ala. “It’s an aggressive plan, a vigorous plan that has received an overwhelmingly positive reaction.”

Trump was quick to pass the bill. At least this would control the tension going on in the country. It indented to give confidence to the citizens of America and calm down the people over the globe.