The House on Friday passed the $2 trillion coronavirus economic stimulus bill that President Donald Trump is expected to sign quickly.The legislation, which was passed unanimously by the Senate on Wednesday, provides relief for workers and businesses devastated by the outbreak.Let our news meet your inbox. The news and stories that matters, delivered weekday mornings.The House vote Friday came after Democratic and Republican leaders had summoned House members to Washington because they feared the package wouldn’t be able to pass by voice vote. The United States now has more reported coronavirus cases than any other country, including China. As of early Friday, the U.S. had 85,707 cases, according to NBC News’ count.In the U.K., Prime Minister Boris Johnson tweeted Friday morning that he tested positive for the coronavirus.Full coverage of the coronavirus outbreakHere’s what to know about the coronavirus, plus a timeline of the most critical moments.MAPS: Where cases have been confirmed in the U.S. and worldwide.LISTEN: The latest episode of the NBC News/MSNBC podcast “Into America,” focused on the plight of the uninsured amid this crisis.Download the NBC News app for latest updates on the coronavirus outbreak.Jason Abbruzzese2h ago / 5:19 PM UTCApple launches its own COVID-19 screening appApple


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