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to help offset the economic damage for the latest on the global response to covid-19 we turn to london for us. good morning >> reporter: good morning. well, in italy where more people have died from covid-19 than anywhere else in the world the death toll now stands at above a catastrophic 8,000 souls recent numbers from northern region suggest that the epidemic developing overnight, the u.s. has surpassed china has might be slowing at its cases of coronavirus explode in epicenter but poorer southern parts are seeing a sharp rise in specific pockets of the country. deaths and the virus is denying this morning we've gw. the dignity to the dead. >> members of the house are italy has banned funerals racing back to washington amid because of the crisis. fears the $2 trillion aid bill cemeteries arel leaving army could be in jeopardy trucks to transport coffins to this on the heels of a record churches for cremation 3.3 million people filing for unemployment >> and in the midst of such fear mainland china reported its locally transmitted coronavirus and social distancing, so many case in three days and 54 new are volunteering and reaching out to lend a hand imported cases fearing that this "early today" starts right now could reig nate the outbreak >> good morning to you on this friday authorities have banned industry
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promises to prop up the economy with unprecedented emergency lendsing predicting a sharp to washington, d.c., the $2 recovery >> there's nothing fundamentally trillion stimulus bill is up for wrong with our economy vote. quite the contrary. it comes as the u.s. tops china >> reporter: stocks rallied again after the senate approved and italy in cases with more the massive relief bill and than 85,000 people sickened. good morning and thanks for speaker n joining us. speak speak nancy pelosi said the i'm laura garcia. >> and i'm marcus washington. house would do the same today. breaking news this morning boris the bill includes billions of dollars for hospitals, small johnson says that he has tested positive for coronavirus. businesses, major corporate loans and state and local johnson says that he is governments as well as increased displaying mild symptoms and unemployment benefits and $1,200 will lead the government's response via checks sent by mail or direct deposit to americans making less than $75,000 a year. a lifeline expected to be sent out within three weeks for millions of americans struggling to stay afloat in washington, alice barr, nbc news golden state warriors star steph curry shared a coronavirus q and a session with the nation's top infectious diseases expert we're talking about dr. fauci
via instagram live >> what method are you looking at to be able to then determine at mass that you know, large gatherings, sporting empvents a okay to revisit. >> we can start thinking about getting back to some degree of normality when the country as a whole has turned that corner and start coming down. then you would pinpoint cases much more easily. >> what metric are you looking at -- >> more than 50,000 people tuned in for the session including former president obama >> so much of it, he is now the face of one of the donuts at a shop in rochester, new york. they decided to celebrate him by putting his picture on a donut the owner says it has been a nation wietd hit with order requests from across the country. >> some people have their faces on money, others have their faces on pastry.
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