The Rundown: Top headlines today: March 17, 2020

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Transcript for The Rundown: Top headlines today: March 17, 2020
I. From. The White House then it's considering sending checks directly to American households that are hurting me and possibly in the next two weeks something that gets many of them as quickly as possible current hiring projections have shaken Wall Street investors. However Treasury Secretary Stephen Nugent insists he do you planting Keenan Maarty Leunen. Americans should know when we're met we're gonna do everything to make sure they have access to their money at their banks to the money and therefore allowing candidates tend to the money yen and stocks on Wall Street markets and clawing their way back now any candidate out more than a thousand points. This is worse than nine elevenths it is for the airline industry this is so I think there are almost gradually all. The president also working out a stimulus plan asking congress for more than 850. Billion dollars from something we haven't seen since the Great Recession. Ramping up their push for Americans. News social distancing I would just say there's enjoy your home. Say hello I would just say right now practically agreeing with Milan meals to stop socializing. We can't do this with the album. The young people. Cooperating New York City mayor Dellums Lazio's announcing shelter in place order is impossible and a decision expected in the next 48 hours yes that moment came from. There are tremendous. We have substantial challenges that would our humanity our governor Andrew Cuomo comparing the rapids titles shifts to a shaken snow blow. And it turned it upside down the minutes OK I think things are flying all over in this new information and business information that people don't know what to do. Facing possible extended self isolation Americans continue to hunt for supplies behind there are just extremely. Shelves are empty though it's counted. I've heard speaking voice and Arizona Illinois and Florida Ohio primary pulled off today due to virus concerns saying that to keep them open and would be unacceptable Helmer is the middle. What's an at odds with the state judge would refuse to call off the primary color on the president trump who is set at postponing elections. Is unnecessary it is now unclear when Ohio respect. US Europe continue to serve as the new epicenter of the pandemic beat Italy in the death toll is now 12500. Makeshift hospital set up in the hard hit town of friendship and but in Asia where the outbreak began in the onslaught of infection has slowed significantly in China reporting only one union nesting case in the past 44 off. And.

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