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The US has now surpassed every other country in the world in terms of the number of confirmed coronavirus cases. That is, according to the Johns Hopkins coronavirus research center, which says the total number of cases now exceeds 82,000. Meanwhile the US death toll from Covid-19 posted its biggest single day increase, rising to more than 1100. Speaking at today's White House briefing, task force member Doctor Anthony Fauci says it's important Americans who can stay home and do so.
"You do it to prevent the further spread of the Covid mitigation, but you also do it to buy yourself time to get better prepared for a might be rebound. It may be a rebound that we get thing really under control and then you pull back which automatically we can have to. Everybody in the world can have to do that. // get a rebound, or, it might cycle into the next season."
Fauchi says he hopes the vaccine could be available in time to make an impact on next season's infections if that occurs.

[news:/s/01:01.9-01:47.3]
A record shattering(令人震惊的=staggering) number of people file for unemployment last week. As NPR's XX reports. More than three million people sought benefits after losing their jobs amid recent coronavirus businesses closures.
3.2 million, is a staggering number of people. It's nearly five times of the previous record for a single week. And it shows just how suddenly and severely businesses have been shutting down and workers surplus??/have lost their income. State's unemployment website has been crashing and call waits have been long. But on the great sides, despite these problem, the system have managed to process that pretty a stunting?? number of claims in a single week. And the State say they are staffing up, so if you been unable to file, they say, keep trying.
XX, NPR news.

[news:/s/01:46.7-02:40.2]
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says she expects the House will easily pass the roughly two trillion dollar coronavirus aid package tomorrow. NPR's XX reports. Pelosi says any future aid bill could include additional cash payments.
Speaker Pelosi says she expects House Democrats will support the legislation when it come up for a vote on Friday. Pelosi also outlined priorities for the next round of coronavirus relief. Her list of request includes more worker safety protections, addition to the family medical relief act, more money for state and local governments, and more money for food assistance for low income families. Also on the list, more direct tax payments.
"People are eager for them. We had a bigger direct payments in our bill. I don't think we se/// the end of direct payment."
Congress may be forced to negotiate remotely as law makers returned home to heed warnings about social distancing.
XX, NPR news, Washington.

[news:/s/02:40.2-02:54.2]
Major US auto makers say they started take some steps to restart their north American factories. Officials from Fort, Fiat-Chrysler, Honda, and Toyota, say plans could reopen by the middle of next month. General Motors says it is extending its shutdown beyond March 30th.

[news:/s/02:54.2-02:59.4]
On Wall Street the DOW was up 1351 points. This is NPR.

[news:/s/02:59.4-03:59.4]
The Census Bureau says more than 28% of US household expected to complete the census on their own have done so on line, over the phone, or by paper. NPR's XX reports. New analysis shows the response is very much lower. Some predominantly Latino communities are so.
The National Association of Latino elected an /// officials educational funds look at areas around Phoenix, Los Angeles, Miami, New York City, and Houston. And self-response rate in Latins were lower. Our /// CEO says he's concerned the coronavirus is making it harder to make sure Latinos are included in census data that public health authorities rely on.
"How many thing and status are living there or particularly vulnerable to the Covid-19 virus. How many children are in the particular communities. who should been at home ///   "
The census bureau, which is one of NPR's financial sponsors, is collecting responses on line, over the phone, and by paper.
XX, NPR news, New York.

[news:/s/03:59.3-04:28.3]
Hails are growing to shut down US national parks during the coronavirus pandemic. The Trump administration so far is sticking with its crowd friendly waiver entrance // national parks during the current outbreak. As even as managers in some parks tried to, and failed, to keep tens of thousands of hikers and tourists to save distance apart. And some communities appeal for shut downs. Communities around Grand Canyon National Park, are among those asking for a shutdown, saying they fear the spread of local cases of the coronavirus.

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Speaker Plowsy said she expects how democrats will support the legislation when it comes up for vote on Friday. Plowsy also out line priorities for the next around Coronavirus relief. Her list for questions could more workers safety protections. Additions for the family medical lead that more money for the state and local governments and more money for the food assistance for low-income families. Also on the list more direct cash payments.
People are eager for them, we had bigger direct payments and other bill. I don't think we had seen them under direct payments.
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Major US auto-makers say the study they take some steps to restart the north factories officials from fully fee as quests on handing toy order, say plans could reopen by middle of next month general motor scientists have been standing it shut down beyond March 30. A Wall Street products 1351 points. This is NPR.
The Censist Bureau said more than 28% of US households expect they can complete the scientists on their own have done so online over the phone or by paper. Bureaus Handidwang reports new analysis shows the response is much lower, it's predominately letino communities though.
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How many citizens are living particularly vulnerable to obtain Coronavirus, how many children are in particular community who should be at home and not in school. The Sensis Bureau, which is one of NPR's financial sponsors, is collecting responses online over the phone and by paper. Asillon NPR News, New York.
There is growing to shut own the US National parks during the Coronavirus pandemic while the Trump administration so far is taking with this quite friendly waver of entrance with the national parks during the Corona outbreak that even the managers of some parks tried of and filled keep tens of thousands of hikers and tourists that save distance in part and some communities appeal for shut downs. Communities around the Great Canyon national parker mangos are asking for a shut down saying they feel the spread of local cases of the Coronavirus.
Crystal future prices late 7.7% today to end in cession in 20% to 60% barrel on the New York market time exchange. I'm Jack Sphere NPR News, in Washington.

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[news:/s/00:05.2-01:01.9]
The US has now surpassed every other country in the world in terms of the number of confirmed coronavirus cases. That is, according to the Johns Hopkins coronavirus research center, which says the total number of cases now exceeds 82,000. Meanwhile the US death toll from Covid-19 posted its biggest single day increase, rising to more than 1100. Speaking at today's White House briefing, task force member Doctor Anthony Fauci says it's important Americans who can stay home and do so.
"You do it to prevent the further spread of the cold medication. But you also do it to buy yourself time to get better prepared for it might be a rebound. It may be a rebound that we get thing really under control and then you pull back which automatically we gonna have to. Everybody in the world gonna have to do that. You're gonna get a rebound, or, it might cycle into the next season."
Fauchi says he hopes the vaccine could be available in time to make an impact on next season's infections if that occurs.

[news:/s/01:01.9-01:47.3]
A record shattering(令人震惊的=staggering) number of people file for unemployment last week. As NPR's XX reports. More than three million people sought benefits after losing their jobs amid recent coronavirus businesses closures.
3.2 million, is a staggering number of people. It's nearly five times the previous record for a single week. And it shows just how suddenly and severely businesses have been shutting down and workers have lost their income. State's unemployment website has been crashing and call waits have been long. But on the great sides, despite these problem, the system have managed to process that pretty astounding number of claims in a single week. And the State say they are staffing up 正在增加人手, so if you been unable to file, they say, keep trying.
XX, NPR news.

[news:/s/01:46.7-02:40.2]
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says she expects the House will easily pass the roughly two trillion dollar coronavirus aid package tomorrow. NPR's XX reports. Pelosi says any future aid bill could include additional cash payments.
Speaker Pelosi says she expects House Democrats will support the legislation when it come up for a vote on Friday. Pelosi also outlined priorities for the next round of coronavirus relief. Her list of request includes more worker safety protections, addition to the family medical relief act, more money for state and local governments, and more money for food assistance for low income families. Also on the list, more direct tax payments.
"People are eager for them. We had a bigger direct payments in our bill. I don't think we've seen the end of direct payments."
Congress may be forced to negotiate remotely as law makers returned home to heed warnings about social distancing.
XX, NPR news, Washington.

[news:/s/02:40.2-02:54.2]
Major US auto makers say they started take some steps to restart their north American factories. Officials from Fort, Fiat-Chrysler, Honda, and Toyota, say plants could reopen by the middle of next month. General Motors says it is extending its shutdown beyond March 30th.

[news:/s/02:54.2-02:59.4]
On Wall Street the DOW was up 1351 points. This is NPR.

[news:/s/02:59.4-03:59.4]
The Census Bureau says more than 28% of US household expected to complete the census on their own have done so on line, over the phone, or by paper. NPR's XX reports. New analysis shows the response is very much lower. Some predominantly Latino communities are so.
The National Association of Latino elected an /// officials educational funds look at areas around Phoenix, Los Angeles, Miami, New York City, and Houston. And fund self-response rates in Latins were lower. Our /// CEO says he's concerned the coronavirus is making it harder to make sure Latinos are included in census data that public health authorities rely on.
"How many, you see, citizens are living there where particularly vulnerable to the Covid-19 virus. How many children are in the particular community, who should been at home and now in floor."
The census bureau, which is one of NPR's financial sponsors, is collecting responses on line, over the phone, and by paper.
XX, NPR news, New York.

[news:/s/03:59.3-04:28.3]
Appeals are growing to shut down US national parks during the coronavirus pandemic. Where The Trump administration so far is sticking with its crowd-friendly wave of entrance fees at national parks during the current outbreak. As even as managers in some parks tried to, and failed, to keep tens of thousands of hikers and tourists to save distance apart. And some communities appeal for shut downs. Communities around Grand Canyon National Park, are among those asking for a shutdown, saying they fear the spread of local cases of the coronavirus.

[news:/s/04:28.3-04:37.3]
Crude Oil Futures prices slid滑落 7.7% today to end session to 22.60 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange.
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