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Trump signs first coronavirus aid bill

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President Trump signed a $100 billion bill aimed at mitigating the economic fallout of coronavirus. It guarantees paid sick leave and free coronavirus testing, and adds funding for Medicaid, unemployment benefits and food aid. It comes amid fears of widespread economic devastation caused by COVID-19.