Live Updates: Coronavirus relief deal reached

McConnell expects coronavirus relief package to be finalized ‘in a matter of hours’

McConnell added that Congress ‘will not deserve any special praise’ for the last-minute agreement.

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell on Sunday evening said lawmakers have reached a long-awaited coronavirus relief bill, though it will be hours before the full details are made public, Fox News has learned. 

Lawmakers, meanwhile, passed a one-day stopgap spending bill to prevent a government shutdown at midnight Sunday. 

After days of negotiations, McConnell said he was "relieved" that a deal was in the offing.

The House and Senate were expected to vote on the legislation on Monday. Before hitting the full House for a vote, the relief bill first must go through the House Rules Committee, though it remains unclear when that will be.