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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Congressional negotiators are poised to announce a deal for an additional $10 billion in COVID-19 funds to meet U.S. needs, but have left international aid out of the package, reported the Washington Post on Monday.
Lawmakers failed to agree on additional money for global aid to fight the novel coronavirus, the Post said, citing two people familiar with the deal.
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https://www.investing.com/news/economy/lawmakers-to-back-10-billion-in-us-covid-funds-report-2797644 Lawmakers will back $10 billion in US COVID funds – Reuters report