Setting aside partisanship as the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak continues to evolve, the U.S. Senate on March 18 passed the House Coronavirus Bill (H.R. 6201 – The Families First Coronavirus Response Act) on a 90-8 vote. The Act was subsequently signed into law by President Trump. It is the second package from Congress that addresses the COVID-19 pandemic. Currently, Congress and the Trump administration are working on “phase three” to further stem the impact of the outbreak on families and the U.S. economy.