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Coronavirus Special Report: Morning minute 3/17

An electronic ad in the from the Centers for Disease Control advises commuters and tourists in the Metro Center subway station in Washington to wash your hands on Saturday.
An electronic ad in the from the Centers for Disease Control advises commuters and tourists in the Metro Center subway station in Washington to wash your hands on Saturday. (Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call)

CQ Roll Call brings you the latest roundup of policy news on coronavirus to start your day. First up, the coronavirus stimulus bill passed the House late Monday and heads to the Senate today. Plus, what will the coronavirus mean for 2020 primaries? We’ll be back later today with more policy news — stay tuned.

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