According to the government, under the financial relief bill signed on Friday, "the average worker who has lost his or her job will receive 100 percent of their salary for up to four full months."

But when will we see it? Millions across America have now lost their jobs, how and when will we see the support from the government come into action?

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The government has made a lot of promises over the last month.

But what does it all really mean for you and me?

The blanket economy devastation has prompted a fierce debate.

How long can the country stay closed for business?

President Trump expressed optimism in late March.

Saying that he might be able to tell workers to get back to business by Easter, April 12th.

But that's now looking unlikely.

Trump eventually changed his tune when scientists and doctors discouraged the idea, saying it could prolong the crisis and make more Americans sick.

Now, the White House says guidelines will remain in place until the end of April.

Recommending that all Americans continue to shelter from the virus.

But new estimates have been released.

The White House coronavirus task force shared on Monday, that even if the rate of infections and death tolls peak in April, the virus will still be prominent in May.

The secretary of Labour, Eugene Scalia, can't give us answers.

He said earlier this week that the six hundred dollar boost to unemployment checks would be delivered to states this week.

But he couldn't say when people would actually start receiving the money.

The Treasury Department has said that it expects small businesses to be able to apply for emergency loans by Friday.

It won't ever have to be repaid.

As long as the money is used to cover paychecks and other expenses that will enable them to stay in business, such as paying rent.

The economists didn't expect it to be this bad.

Those who have studied the unemployment statistics expected it to be a bloodbath, but the reality is so much worse.

The American job market is imploding like never before.

Over 6.6 million people filed for unemployment for the first time just last week, which is even worse than the historically unprecedented 3.3 million claims the week before that.

It's a mushroom cloud of bad economic news.

It was the Bureau of Labor that released the new jobless total on Thursday morning.

It exposes the extent of the current economic devastation.

The pandemic has left millions of workers secluded at home, bringing everyday life as we know it to a standstill.

It's only getting worse.

The figures suggest that roughly 10 million Americans have lost their jobs over the last two weeks.

Economist's estimations were completely off.

Morgan Stanley had expected a number closer to 4.5 million, whereas Goldman Sachs estimated roughly 5.5 million. The reality is, it would be more accurate if you added both their estimates up.

They have been left wondering how long this carnage can go on...

And so have the rest of America. Goldman Sachs predicted this week that the U.S. economy will shrink by 34%.

The U.S. unemployment is set to rise another fifteen percent by mid-2020.

But there is some positive news, the banks predict that half the economic decline should be recovered by the end of this year, as the cases of coronavirus begin to decline.

The numbers have revealed fresh job losses.

These are in the industries that were first hit by the virus, such as hotels and restaurants.

But damage is radiating out of other sectors now too.

According to the Department of Labour, these are; healthcare, manufacturing, retail, and construction.

The government has scrambled to prop up the economy.

Spending 2 trillion dollars in emergency aid, which cheered up the stock market, but hasn't saved any jobs so far.

The new measures include...

A $600 weekly bump in unemployment benefit checks for laid-off workers across the country, $1,200 checks to be sent directly to American adults, $350 billion in loans to small businesses and gig economy workers, and a $500 billion fund for loans to industries and states.

Many officials in Washington think that this spending won't be enough.

Congress is looking into this and discussing a further round of stimulus.

Hopefully, things will return to normalcy as soon as possible.

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