The Rundown: Top headlines today: March 18, 2020

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Transcript for The Rundown: Top headlines today: March 18, 2020
It. The. Located I view it as a tremendous sense of wartime president and disqualified from now noting that just. Production act which allows the government to Marshal the private sector yeah. The president is also asking congress to approve a true. Trillion dollars stimulus building moments and Americans June 1000 dollar checks even if approved of the first Jackson went riding April 6. A single 1000 dollar check. We help someone hanging their landlord. In marching. Minimum number what happens after that. And drug administration also revealing they are suspending foreclosures and evictions early April he and then growing number of Americans facing unemployment. And estates stock trading. The fourth time this month the Dow now currently go low when he closed at the next day before president trump was inaugurated. Navy hospital ships are preparing to deployed once to New York each other in the West Coast those ships will be used to treat patients who don't have coping nineteen. Because there was tighter confines of the vessels. Because land rates hospitals are already considered hot beds from her virus transmission also hoping to blunt the spread grocery stores across the country several chains introducing towers for the elderly and those with disabilities to shop the news coming out of here from Italy reporting more than 4000 new cases and 475. Gaps. It's just the past 44 hours. Health officials at home party warning medical facilities. We'll soon be unable to handle few paces and Italians for courting the warnings in the what they wished he had told themselves ten days ago. Running ten days that I would be no more like saying yeah issue is more serious than the world believes. We underestimated this stayed up. I mean Utah and no reports of any serious injuries after this morning's five point seven magnitude earthquake. Salt Lake City every whom this is. We're extremely bad time. Because we already have a crop virus issues going on right now which is. Because a lot of anxiety is it is Durbin numerous aftershocks power went out to tens of thousands backing her we're shutdown for several hours. You tell us court of virus hotline also down for a time from the earthquake itself no injuries were. A spokesperson for senator Bernie Sanders says he's going to assess his campaign manager Joseph Biden swept yesterday's three primaries Biden won in Florida and Illinois and Arizona.

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