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The trump administration is requesting two and a half billion dollars in emergency funding more than a billion of that in new spending to respond a corona virus Senate Appropriations Committee chairman Republican Richard Shelby is warning the administration against low balling that funding this is not the time to try to short change the American people democratic leader Chuck Schumer says the funding request fall short and questions taking money away from other funds to combat Ebola there is no plan the administration has no plan senators were briefed on government scientists work on a vaccine but health officials say that is likely a year or more away on Capitol Hill Jared Halpern