CLOSEPresident Trump declares a national emergency as thousands of schools close across California and the country. And a new USA Today analysis shows no state is prepared for what could be six needy patients for every one hospital bed. That’s under the best-case scenarios.It’s Arlene with news for Friday.But first and just in, Trump and lawmakers reach a deal on coronavirus economic relief package. If finalized, which could happen Friday, the deal would: provide two weeks of paid sick leave and up to three months of paid family and medical leave.extend unemployment insurance to furloughed workers.Beef up food assistance for needy families, including seniors, students and food banks.Increase Medicaid funding for local, state, tribal and territorial governments and health systems, to help cover response to the emergency, which has claimed dozens of lives and infected hundreds across the country.In California handpicks the most relevant, useful stories from across USA TODAY Network newsrooms and beyond. Sign up for free, weekday delivery. California has 1 hospital bed for every 8 potential coronavirus patientsNo state in the U.S. will have enough room to treat novel coronavirus patients if the surge in severe cases here mirrors that in other countries. A USA TODAY analysis shows that if the nation sees a major spike, there could

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