Americans may be getting cash because of the coronavirus outbreak


The Trump administration could soon be rushing cash payments to Americans’ amid the coronavirus outbreak.

“Poverty can kill you too just like the COVID-19 virus,” Senator John Kennedy said. “We want to keep people working.”

Phase three of the federal COVID-19 stimulus plan includes refunds of $1,200 for those who made less than $75,000 on their 2018 tax returns. Couples should get $2,400 if they made less than $150,000 together.

Another $500 would be added for every dependent child, a plan resident say would be helpful during this tough time.

“I think this proposal is good it is going to help people alleviate a lot of this stress of what’s going on,” Katie Nugent said. 

While some say they don’t think it’s enough.

“I don’t think it’s going to cover the costs many Americans’ face,” Michael Harris Jr said.

As for businesses, 300 billion dollars will be set aside for interest-free small business loans.

As the number of cases and deaths continue to rise in the state, leaders are urging everyone to stay strong during these tough times 
Checks should go out in Apr. 

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