(Bloomberg) — The U.S. death toll from the coronavirus topped 1,000, according to a Johns Hopkins tally. The Senate approved a more-than-$2 trillion stimulus package. Singapore estimated that its economy contracted the most in a decade, an early sign of what’s in store for many. The U.S. Senate’s approval of the record fiscal program to address the coronavirus sends the bill to the House of Representatives, which will meet Friday. House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer expects it to pass. Japan is setting up a panel to consider declaring an emergency after a spike in cases in Tokyo prompted officials to adopt a tougher approach. The health minister warned of a high risk infections will become rampant. Cases reach 472,109; 21,308 dead, 114,870 recovered: Johns HopkinsFauci warns of potential for another cycle of infectionsRefugee camps housing millions of people brace for a surge in virus casesU.S. Senate passes $2 trillion relief packageJapan inches toward declaring an emergency Tune in to a Q&A Blog with health experts at 2 p.m. London time (10 a.m. New York) via this link. Subscribe to a daily update on the virus from Bloomberg’s Prognosis team here. Click VRUS on the ter...