Senate approves $484B for small business, hospitals, testing now sends to House
Congress and President Donald Trump reached agreement Tuesday on a nearly $484 billion coronavirus relief bill that would replenish a small business rescue program and provide new funds for hospitals and a virus testing program.
there will be $11 billion given to states and localities "to develop, purchase, administer, process and analyze COVID-19 tests."
The agreement also adds $60 billion for the Small Business Administration’s disaster relief fund, and farms and other agriculture enterprises would now be considered eligible.
It also provides an additional $75 billion to hospitals and $25 billion to testing, including resources for states.