National Right to Work Committee President talks latest COVID relief bill with OAN
There is growing criticism over the latest coronavirus stimulus package, even after it passed the House in a 208-199 vote. The Senate and President Trump have denounced the legislation and have called it a "Democrat wish list." One America's Stephanie Myers spoke with the president of the National Right to Work Committee, Mark Mix, who explained why Americans should be concerned over some of the provisions.
Los Angeles City Council President Nury Martinez explains a new ordinance giving tenants the right to sue landlords who violate restrictions on evictions in place during the coronavirus crisis. Renters could win up to $10,000 to $15,000 per violation. Vice President Mike Pence is taking the advice of the White House medical unit and plans to work remotely. Pence is reevaluating how he will be interacting with others after his press secretary tested positive for COVID-19. The vice president did not test positive for the virus and is taking precautions to avoid spread. In his latest television addresss announcing gradual easing of the lockdown, the Prime Minister has encouraged people to return to work, if they can't work from home.
The government has said it is working with employers to establish guidance about making the workplace safe.
Boris Johnson also said that primary schools in England could partially reopen in June. There are no plans for a full return of secondary schools before September.
Huw Edwards presents BBC News at Ten reports from Business Editor Simon Jack, Education Correspondent Elaine Dunkley and Economics Editor Faisal Islam. The Director of China's National Health Commission Ma Xiaowei on Monday called for all countries to work together to support the World Health Organization (WHO) in the fight against COVID-19.