© Reuters. Members of U.S. House of Representatives gather to vote on $484 billion coronavirus relief bill on Capitol Hill in Washington
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. House of Representatives on Thursday passed a $484 billion bill to expand federal loans to small businesses impacted by the coronavirus outbreak and hospitals overwhelmed by patients suffering from COVID-19.
By a vote of 388-5, the House passed the measure, which was unanimously approved on Tuesday by the Senate. It now goes to President Donald Trump for signing into law.
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