United States Secretary of Treasury Steven Mnuchin said Sunday morning that a coronavirus relief bill from Senate Republicans will be released Monday after FOX News host Chris Wallace pressed Mnuchin about the lack of GOP relief bill.

“House Democrats passed their relief bill back in May, fully two months ago but here we are, the last week of July, and the White House and Senate Republicans still can’t agree on just a GOP package,” Wallace said on “FOX News Sunday.”

The House, controlled by Democrats, passed a $3 trillion plan in May. The Republican-controlled Senate has yet to introduce their proposal for a new round of coronavirus relief.

The House Democrats relief plan, which the Senate Republicans rejected, included an extension of $600 increase in unemployment benefits, an additional $1,200 stimulus check and additional funding for testing and contact tracing.

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