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Foggy right now in Boston word forty four degrees at six thirty good evening I'm Nicole Davis and here's what's happening rotavirus topping our news tonight another down day for Wall Street stocks giving up early gains and ended lower for the day extending those losses for the week worries about economic fallout from the outbreak hitting the travel industry CBS senior travel advisor Peter Greenberg says a slowdown in this industry could end up hitting pretty hard one out of every ten jobs in the world is related to the travel industry whatever one out of every five new jobs is related to the travel industry and that's going to take it in Washington are expected to hear from the president any minute now and how the White House plans to respond to this growing outbreak around the globe ABC's enough to look at terra says some of the president's allies have been sticking up for him as lawmakers from both sides of the aisle press the president for answers as health and Human Services secretary Alex aides are was testifying Republican congressman Tom Cole saying he thinks the administration is on top of the corona virus outbreak when I hear people say well the president's done it's too little and too late I think where have you been we've been preparing for this honestly before this administration was the trump administration is asking Congress for two point five billion dollars to help fight the spread but Democrats say that's far from being enough in as delegates here ABC news on Capitol Hill and again the president expected to speak any moment now on cat you know the White House rather we have several officials just now coming into the White House briefing room that room or those remarks rather expected to start in just moments you're just pulling into the drive when you want to head inside the house you can pull it up of course on the I heart radio app we can find us too on your smart speaker to say play WBZ news radio on I heart radio.