CORONAVIRUS: News Roundup

Here's a look at Friday's coronavirus news.

The coronavirus relief bill has passed the House and just needsP resident Trump's signature.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has tested positive for the coronavirus. (BBC)

The number of coronavirus cases worldwide is now at more than 530,00 worldwide, with more than 24,000 dead.

The U.S. now has the most confirmed cases of coronavirus with more than 85,000. The death toll in the U.S. is now up to more than 1,200. (Yahoo! News)

Major League Baseball is making masks out of old jerseys for medical workers. (New York Post)

New York Governor Cuomo says there's enough protective gear, but nurses say no. (New York Post)

More than 5,000 sailors will be tested on an aircraft carrier after a coronavirus outbreak. (FOX News)

A woman was arrested for allegedly coughing on $35k worth of food, claiming she had the coronavirus. (New York Post)

The Indianapolis 500 has been postponed from Memorial Day weekend to August. (Indianapolis Star)

Mike Lindell, the founder and CEO of My Pillow, announced that his company is shifting 75 percent of its production to making face masks for hospitals. (The Hill)

The U.S. military has ordered a 60-day freeze on all overseas troop movements, keeping all military personnel and their families in place for two months. 

Hertz announced Wednesday that it will provide free car rentals for health care workers in New York City to help them get to work. (CBS News)

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