U.S. emergency budget 900 billion yen passed New virus measures March 5 11:12

The US House of Representatives has included a $ 8.3 billion emergency budget in the United States to help develop vaccines, purchase masks, and support businesses in response to the spread of the new coronavirus. The bill has been passed.

In the United States, the House of Representatives passed a bill in support of urgent budgetary measures yesterday to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus.

The bill states that the emergency budget will be $ 8.3 billion, which will be used to develop vaccines and therapeutics, purchase masks, and support small and medium-sized businesses affected by management.

Over the urgent budgetary measures, President Trump informed Congress last month that it would include $ 2.5 billion, nearly $ 6 billion below the bill passed this time, but opposition and Democrats, which have leadership in the House of Representatives, have not. He criticized it was enough, and said that he had increased more than three times.

The bill is expected to be enacted shortly after the bill is passed by the Senate and signed by President Trump.