The Virginia Department of Health shows six more cases of the coronavirus in Henry County this morning, but no details have been released. The Virginia Department of Health reports  this morning there are 34,950 cases and 1,136 deaths statewide. Some 4.145 people have been hospitalized. Henry County's number of positive cases increased to 59, with 6 hospitalized and 2 deaths. Martinsville has 25 cases (4 hospitalized), and Patrick County remains at 12 cases. Franklin County's total is at 31, with 3 hospitalized and 1 death. Danville now has 46 cases, and Pittsylvania County now has 27. Johns Hopkins University's real-time map showed 5,128,492 cases worldwide and 333,489 deaths. In the U.S. there are 1,577,492 cases. The Worldmeters coronavirus update -- which always trends a little higher -- shows the death count in the U.S. at 96,432.

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Democrats controlling the House have unveiled a $3 trillion-plus coronavirus relief bill — the fifth coronavirus response legislation so far — and are planning to pass the measure on Friday. The legislation replenishes existing accounts to respond to both the COVID-19 health care crisis and to try to ease the economic impact of the pandemic, which has produced record job losses and fears of a depression.

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