United States President Donald Trump has signed into law a coronavirus relief and spending package bill costing nine hundred billion US dollars, averting a partial government shutdown.

Earlier, the coronavirus aid relief bill was passed by the House of Representatives and Senate.

In a statement Sunday night, Trump said lawmakers will pursue some of his sought-after changes.

His signature avoids a partial government shutdown, as spending was set to run out Tuesday, and it puts an end to days of uncertainty over when millions of Americans will receive the desperately needed economic relief provided by the bill.


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