WASHINGTON D.C. (CNN) - The White House and Senate leaders came to an 11th-hour bipartisan agreement on the hotly contested, much-anticipated $2 trillion stimulus deal to bolster the suffocating economy.

The full details haven't been released yet, but we know there will be $250 billion set aside for direct payments to individuals and families, $350 billion in small business loans, $250 billion in unemployment insurance benefits and $500 billion in loans for distressed companies.

The deal went through days of contentious negotiation and is one of the most expensive and far-reaching measures ever from Congress.

Meanwhile, President Trump seems intent on easing coronavirus restrictions as soon as possible to revive the economy, despite dire warnings from medical professionals and lawmakers on both sides of the aisle.

Trump said during a Fox News town hall that he wants the country "opened up and just raring to go by Easter," which is April 12.

Doctors, scientists, and even the President's own coronavirus task force disagree.