The HEROES Act offers new support and protections for immigrant workers and taxpayers in the U.S.
The UNHCR is "deeply concerned" about reports of abuse and violence against migrants and asylum seekers at the Croatian border.
"Colorado State University is committed to supporting all of our students during this very challenging time," a spokesperson for the university said.
The findings suggest that the coronavirus pandemic does not appear to have prompted a major shift in support across the three states, said Spencer Kimball, the director of Emerson College Polling.
Portugal has extended the citizenship rights until at least July 1st in response to the pandemic.
Mexico's government had projected that infections might peak over Saturday and Sunday.
As many as 75,000 additional people could potentially die "deaths of despair" related to the coronavirus outbreak.
South Korea reported at least 34 new cases of COVID-19 on Sunday.
Lappos said she also believes and supports Tara Reade, who has accused Joe Biden of sexually assaulting her in 1993.
He will work from home and receive coronavirus testing for 14 days.
"The government cannot say it did not know this would happen," said Dr. Ranit Mishori, senior medical advisor at Physicians for Human Rights.
"My son is an American citizen...we need him to receive the CARES Act benefit to provide food and a roof over his head," said one plaintiff.
Immigration advocates behind the fund have accused Congress of deeming immigrant workers "disposable" by shutting many out of relief.
Detainees held at the Adelanto ICE Processing Center have said they are afraid of contracting COVID-19 at the detention facility.
"I'm just really worried every day about what goes on," one detainee at the Adelanto ICE Processing Center said.
Nearly 700 immigration detainees have been released from custody nationwide amid the pandemic.
"When new crises emerge, like the COVID-19 pandemic, these children are especially vulnerable," said UNICEF Executive Director Henrietta Fore.
"They deserve to be thought about just as much as any other person," said Dr. Andrea Gaspar.
"It's evidence of a vein of toxicity running through the company culture. I choose neither to serve nor drink that poison," said Tim Bray.
"Journalism has never been more vital and has never been more at risk," said Summer Lopez, the senior director of free expression programs at PEN America.
Former Vice President Joe Biden has been accused of sexually assaulting a former Senate staffer in 1993.
Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer has accused Republicans of "putting their heads in the sand and putting more lives and livelihoods at risk."
"They didn't have to die," immigration activist and Families Belong Together co-director Paola Luisi said.
"Every time the president gets his back up against the wall he pulls out the sanctuary city card," said Boston Mayor Marty Walsh.
"Joe Biden has long been a champion for women—for their safety, their health care, their paychecks, and their families," the former vice president's campaign team said.
"This is just another attempt to again feed to his base," said New York Attorney General Letitia James.
Fifty-one percent of voters say they do not approve of President Donald Trump's handling of the coronavirus outbreak.
Fifty-one percent of Britons say they would vote for former Vice President Joe Biden over President Donald Trump.
So far, nearly 300 detainees nationwide have contracted COVID-19, according to ICE data.
The New York Representative was the only House Democrat to vote against the relief package.