How much money would you get from the $2 trillion coronavirus bill?

KYW In Depth: Coronavirus
Thursday, March 26th
Congress is spending more than $2 trillion on a COVID-19 relief bill while much of our economy is shut down by the coronavirus pandemic. What's in the bill? How much of it is going to help you and your family? What about your employer?

We asked those questions and more to Steven Portnoy, White House Correspondent for CBS News, who helps explain:
- Why the added unemployment benefits are a bigger deal for most Americans than the direct checks
- How much money you could get while you wait out this crisis
- What's being done to make sure your employer can stay in business and hire you back
- How the federal government is funding an attack strategy against the virus

Steven also talked about a new finger prick test for coronavirus, the newest warnings from NIAID Director Dr. Anthony Fauci, and what it's like covering the White House during a pandemic.

Follow Steven Portnoy's White House coverage on twitter @stevenportnoy.