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Happening in the World: Brazil’s lower house of Congress has approved a congressional amendment for a “war budget,”separating state of emergency spending from the rest of the federal budget.  To be enacted, the bill still must go through a Senate vote, which is scheduled to happen next week. (Reuters)

Happening in the U.S.: The Coral Princess cruise has docked in Miami after 2 guests died and many others tested positive for COVID-19.  As per a statement by the Miami Dade Mayor, those ill will either be hospitalized or receive medical treatment on the cruise and healthy patients will begin to leave today. (CNN)

Happening in NYC: The Brooklyn Borough President has called for New York supermarkets to provide express lanes for all first responders.  Support for the call has already caught on with supermarket Foodtown-Pathmark leading the effort, who has pledged to distribute $100,000 in $25 gift cards healthcare employees at nearby hospitals. (New York Daily News)

 

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