CLOSE Families across the U.S. will get a portion of money from the federal government’s sweeping $2 trillion stimulus package. But how much? USA TODAYWASHINGTON – After the House passed a $2 trillion emergency aid package to help Americans reeling from the coronavirus last week, one of their colleagues back home announced he had tested positive for the potentially deadly disease. A few hours later, another disclosed he, too, had contracted COVID-19. Three days later, there was a third.The growing group of lawmakers who have contracted the virus – now at six – has underscored the dangerous predicament that Congress has found itself in as lawmakers aim to keep themselves healthy while working on vital legislation to keep families and businesses afloat across the country.As Congress begins to discuss a possible fourth piece of legislation to tackle the impacts of the coronavirus, here is what lawmakers face and how they’re attempting to maneuver around the virus.Coronavirus live updates: CDC reviewing face mask policy; Prince Charles feeling better; US death toll tops 4,000Six members of Congress with coronavirus diagnosis As of Thursday, at least six members of Congress have tested positive for the coronavirus: one U.S. Senator and five members of the House of Representatives. Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky. Rep. Joe Cunningham,


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