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However, the rollout of that program has been flawed, with banks frustrated by a lack of clear guidelines on how it works as they face a flood of requests for the cash.Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said he would ask Congress for an additional $250 billion for the loans, citing huge demand, but that will need to go through Republicans controlling the Senate and Democrats who lead the House of Representatives.

While saying the stimulus package will "help cushion the blow," Bovino warned the data shows the US entering a recession, one that is set to be deep."With every passing economic indicator and alternative piece of economic news, the outlook deteriorates," she wrote.In minutes from its March 15 emergency policy meeting, where it slashed the benchmark interest rate to zero, the US Federal Reserve warned the pandemic poses "major downside risks."

Some viewed the pandemic as "not directly comparable with the previous decade's financial crisis and it need not be followed by negative effects on economic activity." the minutes said.Newspaper headline: New US jobless data piles on pressure

Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic(C), Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management Branislav Nedimovic(R) and Chinese ambassador to Serbia Chen Bo applause during an agreement signing ceremony held in Belgrade, Serbia, April 8, 2020. China's biotech company BGI group will open two COVID-19 testing labs in Serbia to help fight the COVID-19 pandemic, according to an agreement it signed with the Serbian government Wednesday. (Xinhua/Shi Zhongyu) (Xinhua/Shi Zhongyu)

Photo taken on April 8, 2020 shows an agreement signing ceremony held in Belgrade, Serbia. China's biotech company BGI group will open two COVID-19 testing labs in Serbia to help fight the COVID-19 pandemic, according to an agreement it signed with the Serbian government Wednesday. (Xinhua/Shi Zhongyu)Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic speaks during an agreement signing ceremony held in Belgrade, Serbia, April 8, 2020. China's biotech company BGI group will open two COVID-19 testing labs in Serbia to help fight the COVID-19 pandemic, according to an agreement it signed with the Serbian government Wednesday. (Xinhua/Shi Zhongyu)

China's biotech company BGI group will open two COVID-19 testing labs in Serbia to help fight the COVID-19 pandemic, according to an agreement it signed with the Serbian government Wednesday.The two "most modern, new" labs -- one in Belgrade and the other in the southern city of Nis -- will add a combined daily testing capacity of 3,000 to Serbia, said Prime Minister Ana Brnabic at the signing ceremony.

The additional testing capacity is more than triple Serbia's current capability, according to a press release by the Serbian government.Branislav Nedimovic, Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management signed the deal with Zhu Yanmei, executive director of the BGI Group, and Li Ning, BGI's Vice President, via video conference.