Facing one of the worst economic downturns in American history, one that is unsparing in its trauma, the Senate late Wednesday unanimously approved a $2 trillion emergency relief bill that attempts to arrest the financial havoc caused by the coronavirus pandemic. After bitter negotiations, the deeply divided Senate came together and passed the bill by a 96-0 vote, which sent the massive stimulus package to the House of Representatives for a vote on Friday.However, there are provisions for Senators to be recalled at 24 hours’ notice if necessary, though.Both North Dakota Senators, Kevin Cramer and John Hoeven, voted in favor of the third package. Just a reminder that there is absolutely no good reason why Senate Republicans are tying a historic corporate giveaway to getting relief money in the hands of families.They could just authorize sending checks to families today, right now, & deal with the rest. But they refuse.— Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (@AOC) March 25, 2020 The rescue package — which would be the biggest ever passed by Congress — includes a $500 billion fund to help hard-hit industries and a comparable amount for direct payments of up to $3,000 apiece to millions of US families.The legislation will also provide $350 billion for small-business loans, $250 billion for expanded unemployment aid and at least $100 billion for hospitals and related health systems. The package is intended to flood the economy with cash in a bid to stem the impact of an intensifying epidemic that has killed more than 900 people in the United States and infected at least 60,000.Only two other nations, China and Italy, have more coronavirus cases and the World Health Organisation has warned the United States looks set to become the epicenter of the global coronavirus pandemic.Top aides to Trump and senior senators from both parties announced that they had agreed on the unprecedented stimulus bill in the early hours of Wednesday after five days of talks.Attention now turns to the voting in the Lower House, as the bill gets passed, which is unlikely to happen before Friday. The House Speaker Pelosi said the House members will get 24 hours’ notice prior to the US coronavirus relief bill vote.