Monday, December 28, 2020

Pres Trump Signs COVID-19 Relief Bill With $600 Stimulus Checks; China’s Virus Deceptions Have Been Even Worse Than We Thought, and other C-Virus Updates

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Trump signs COVID-19 relief bill with $600 stimulus checks:
President Trump on Sunday signed a $2.3 trillion COVID-19 relief and government funding bill that includes $600 stimulus checks for most Americans.
The nearly 5,600-page bill passed the House and Senate by overwhelming margins on Monday night, just hours after its text was released.
The bill authorizes direct checks of $600 for people earning up to $75,000 per year. The amount decreases for higher earners and people who make over $95,000 get nothing.
There’s an additional $600 per child stimulus payment.
In a statement, Trump said that Congress on Monday would vote on a separate bill to “increase payments to individuals from $600 to $2,000.” --->READ MORE HERE
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China’s virus deceptions have been even worse than we thought:
Fresh evidence published jointly by The New York Times and ProPublica confirms that Beijing has been trying to keep COVID-19 information from the rest of the world since the very start of the pandemic.
On Feb. 7, Li Wenliang, the doctor who blew the whistle on COVID-19, died of the disease he’d warned the world about. While working at Wuhan Central Hospital in China’s Hubei Province, he saw a new version of the severe acute respiratory syndrome known as SARS, which also originated in China in 2002.
As news of the 34-year-old doctor’s untimely death spread and grief went viral on social media such as Weibo and WeChat — Beijing set out to bury the truth. --->READ MORE HERE
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