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Broadcasters four weeks number one station radio nine fifty WG the house is expected to vote on and pass an historic relief bill to deal with the impact of the corona virus a CBS news report is on the way next also governor Wimmer is pleading with residents to stay inside and stay safe amid this culvert nineteen I'll break we'll have that story coming up also GM salaried workers to take a temporary pay cut money that will be paid back to them I am a little bit reporter Jeff Gilbert it's two thirty Friday March twenty seven twenty twenty good morning I'm Jim Matthews for W. W. fifty right well it was sports coming up now CBS CBS news update with streets of major cities empty and shops and restaurants forced to close due the corona virus pandemic there was a record explosion of Americans filing for unemployment benefits a staggering three point three million workers filed claims in the week ending March twenty first the highest ever recorded in hospitals the numbers do not look good either with many are still saying they need supplies vice president Mike pence we're gonna do whatever it takes and already we're hearing from some governors about the need for additional resources and we will evaluate those very carefully CBS is Michael George on those sought after N. ninety five masks coming from an unlikely place.