The US Senate unanimously passed the Secure Equipment Act yesterday, to "ensure" that the FCC "does not approve radio frequency devices that pose a national security risk", including Dahua and Hikvision.
This follows the US House passing the bill 420-4 last week. This now heads to President Biden's desk for final approval, backed by near-unanimous Congressional support.
This bolsters the FCC ban plan, and contradicts Hikvision which claimed to partners just two days ago that "Even though the House has acted, nothing requires the Senate to act".
Senate Passage Unanimous
All of the US' 100 Senators voted to pass the bill by "Unanimous Consent":
UPDATE 11/2: Here is C-SPAN's video of this bill passing the Senate on Thursday "with no intervening action or debate". It took about 40 seconds out of the 8.5 hour long session. The speaker is Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY):