As the coronavirus public health crisis wears on, lawmakers scrambled back to the nation’s capital for a House vote Thursday on the $484 billion relief package that will boost the exhausted small business loan program – even as the city of Washington remains under a strict stay-at-home order until at least mid-May.

“We are asking every member to return who can return, and we hope that is a large number,” House Democratic Leader Steny Hoyer told reporters on Tuesday.

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