How Lawmakers Are Responding To The Threat Of Coronavirus

Coronavirus
The most-recent case of coronavirus was found in Cook County on Monday. Associated Press
Coronavirus
The most-recent case of coronavirus was found in Cook County on Monday. Associated Press

How Lawmakers Are Responding To The Threat Of Coronavirus

Lawmakers are calling for more information on the testing, diagnoses and costs of treating coronavirus, or COVID-19. Meanwhile, bipartisan congressional negotiators on Wednesday agreed on a roughly $8 billion emergency spending package to combat the spread of the virus. The deal must now be approved by the House and Senate.

Reset sits down with U.S. Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi for more on how the federal government is responding to the coronavirus outbreak.

GUEST: U.S. Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi (D-IL 8th District)