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Senate sets poor example of social distancing during coronavirus stimulus vote

USATODAY.com Thursday, 26 March 2020 ()
As votes were tallied, Senators could be seen standing close together, talking and chatting, before they adjourned until April 20.
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Lawmakers in the House of Representatives on Friday practiced 'social distancing' as they debated and subsequently passed a $2 trillion stimulus package designed to respond to the coronavirus crisis.

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