President Trump has signed a $2 trillion economic relief package to help small businesses and workers that were affected by the C0VID-19 virus.

It has been reported that Congress is  already considering  a fourth stimulus package to help support the economy.  Early this week, the President encouraged Congress to pass a $2 trillion infrastructure bill as the next piece of legislation to help the economy amid the C0VID-19 pandemic.

“With interest rates for the United States being at zero, this is the time to do our decades long awaited Infrastructure Bill,” President Trump tweeted.  “It should be VERY BIG & BOLD, Two Trillion Dollars, and be focused on jobs and rebuilding the infrastructure of our Country!”

Democrats have suggested an infrastructure bill would include additional jobs at a time when unemployment filings are drastically increasing.

President Trump and Congress have previously discussed the infrastructure package.  However, talks have been stalled on how to fund the bill. President Trump on Sunday night extended federal social distancing guidelines meant to slow the spread of the virus through the end of April.

Senate Republicans recessed the upper chamber last week until the week of April 20, and the House announced on Monday that they have adopted that same time line. It is unclear when Congress would act on a new coronavirus stimulus.