GOP Senate leader says next coronavirus relief package expected in July
The next relief package aimed at responding to the coronavirus pandemic likely won’t be passed by the Senate until at least mid-July, Senator John Thune, the second highest-ranking Republican in the upper chamber, said Monday.
Thune, of South Dakota, told reporters at the Capitol that Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell suggested a “July time frame” for its next package, likely after the Senate returns to Washington from the two week-long recess that begins July 3 and ends July 17.
Read more at cbsnews.com/news/coronavirus-relief-bill-july-senate.
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Poll: Public split on return to routine due to coronavirus
Of the 50% who say they aren’t currently comfortable returning to their regular routines, 17% say they think they probably or definitely will have resumed their usual routines by the end of the year, while about twice as many, 32% say they probably or definitely will not to be back to regular life until after the turn of the new year.
The poll shows that public views on coronavirus, and whether the worst of the outbreak is behind us, remain divided by party and by gender. Women are far less apt than men to think the worst has passed or to see improvement in the nation’s economy.
19 states see rising coronavirus cases, Arizona activates emergency plans
Bed capacity and medical resources were among the top concerns in treating the coronavirus pandemic when the nation first reached a peak. Health experts say it is a matter of when — not if — the country sees another surge in cases that could overwhelm health care systems once more.
Many states have loosened restrictions that were put in place starting in March to curb the spread of the virus. But with no vaccine and more people congregating in public places and national protests, health experts warn that the high rates of cases seen in the spring may come back.
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