As coronavirus outbreak is getting even worse than before. A large number of people already died due to the infection. The whole world is in a helpless situation. The economy of all affected countries is falling apart. Meanwhile, the US Senate passes $2 trillion in bills to stimulate the economy. And we should know about it.
We already have lots of information about it. SARS-CoV-2 Is the main cause of COVID-19 disease. The world witnessed this virus in Wuhan, China for the first time. But Europe is the current center of this virus outbreak. It’s getting worse mainly in Italy, UK, France, etc places.
Symptoms Of Coronavirus Infection And Recent Situation
It has very common symptoms like cough, fever, breathing complications. These symptoms are so common that people don’t think about any need of paying attention in the first place. This virus spreads between people via respiratory droplets.
People are trying to fight against the outbreak. Doctors and researchers from across the globe are trying to find a cure for treatment. But it is a long-term process which requires time, a few months or years, we don’t know yet. They don’t even know when they will succeed. All we can do is try to prevent this virus from spreading furthermore.
U.S. Senate Passes $2 Trillion Bill To Stimulate Economy
U.S. economy is breaking down because of the coronavirus pandemic. We all know, the U.S. is one of the most affected countries in this situation. To stimulation the nation’s economy the U.S. Senate approved a bill worth $2 trillion. To pass the bill a bipartisan vote between the Trump Administration and Congress took place. This stimulus package is waiting for another vote in the Democrat-controlled House of Representatives. President Donald Trump will sign the bill after the final vote in this Friday.
This bill will be a direct help to the millions of Americans. Though Republican senators argued on this matter by saying that it is too generous for big companies. They also said that this bill will have a great impact on the unemployment benefits of workers. Now, we need to wait to see what changes this bill will bring to the U.S. economy.