President Trump is hoping to get Americans back to work sooner than later.
The President, again Wednesday, said the country needs to get back to work.
He said sections of the country where the coronavirus is the least, could be the first areas of the nation to return to work.
President Trump also applauded the Senate for working on a deal on a 2.2 trillion dollar stimulus package which the Senate is expected to vote on Wednesday night.
The deal includes 300 billion dollars for Americans. Those making up to $75,000 a year would receive a check of $1,200 while married couples earning up to $150,000 would receive checks for $2,400 dollars and an additional $500 for each child.
Payments would scale down by income, phasing out at 99-Grand for singles and $198,000 for couples without kids.
The package also includes 350 billion dollars in small business loans, 500 billion dollars for distressed companies, 250 billion in unemployment insurance benefits, and 100 billion dollars for the nation's hospitals.