U.S. $ 8.3 Billion Urgent Budget Created New Coronavirus Countermeasures March 7 4:32

To prevent the spread of the new coronavirus, U.S. President Trump has signed a bill that includes an emergency budget of $ 8.3 billion for vaccine development and corporate support, and about 870 billion yen in Japanese yen. The law was passed.

The bill, which includes an emergency budget for countermeasures against the new coronavirus, was passed by the US House of Representatives and the House of Representatives by the 5th, and President Trump signed it on the morning of the 6th, and the law was passed.

The emergency budget is $ 8.3 billion, or about 870 billion yen in Japanese yen, and will be used to develop vaccines and therapeutics, purchase masks, and support small and medium-sized businesses affected by management.

President Trump informed Congress of a $ 2.5 billion proposal last month, nearly $ 6 billion lower than the new one, but criticized the opposition and Democrats, who would lead the House, were inadequate over urgent budgetary measures. , More than tripled.