President Donald Trump on Tuesday said he is willing to be tested for the novel coronavirus after interacting with congressional lawmakers who have since self-quarantined because of concerns over the outbreak. "We can not look at it and say, 'Well, there are only a couple of cases here, that's good.' Because a couple of cases today are going to many, many cases tomorrow".
Republican and Democratic senators are skeptical of the tax cut because payroll taxes fund Social Security and Medicare.
House Democrats were preparing their own legislative response with an eye toward free testing, bolstered unemployment insurance, and paid sick leave. "This one, I think is going to be the reverse", Alan Blinder, a former Fed vice chair.
The statement was made as Trump recently interacted with several legislators who later went into self-imposed quarantine after coming in contact with someone at the Conservative Political Action Conference who tested positive for the deadly virus.
Vice President Mike Pence, who is heading the government's response to the outbreak, said more than one million test kits for the coronavirus were in the field and that four million more were going out this week.
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"We are marshalling the full power of the federal government and the private sector to protect the American people", he said.
As of yesterday, Italy has the most substantial amount of coronavirus fatalities outside of China, with 366 deaths, according to the most recent World Health Organization (WHO) Situation Report.
"It will cost a lot less than the cost of doing nothing and letting this virus spread - much less", Mr.
There now are more than 1,000 confirmed Coronavirus (Covid-19) cases in the United States, with the number expected to grow.
The State Department has issued a global level 3 travel advisory, telling Americans to reconsider all travel overseas due to COVID-19.
Washington's Governor Jay Inslee on Tuesday said he was considering "real action" to prevent a rapid increase of cases in the state. The ban from travelers coming from Europe does not include the United Kingdom, and he also said that exceptions would be made for American citizens, who would have to undergo health screening upon arrival to the U.S.
The Trump administration has also summoned Wall Street executives to the White House for a meeting on Wednesday about the impacts of the coronavirus on the economy, a person familiar with the meeting confirmed. The advisers are considering raising travel alerts on Europe to recommend against all non-essential travel to the continent, which administration officials view as a new epicenter for the pandemic.