With Some of USA Going Back to Business, Members of Congress Consider if They Should Continue Their Own Labors


In total, there’s been 5,170 cases and 258 deaths, as reported by the District of Columbia Health Department. Since April 20, an average of 160 new cases were cited each day.

The House is looking into methods of voting through stand-ins or remotely to try to cut back on hazards lawmakers and their aides.

Six members of Congress said they tested positive for COVID-19, with each going back to their labors.

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