Direct Payments as Part of Coronavirus Plan Expected to Be Issued to Americans Within 3 Weeks

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Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ll be aware that the coronavirus pandemic is wreaking havoc across the world – and things only seem to be getting worse.

With much of the states in lockdown, and people unable to work, President Trump announced a payment plan for Americans. Now, it looks like direct payments could be paid within 3 weeks.

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And many have banned large and crowded events, and any travel to and from infected countries.

Our first case of COVID-19 was confirmed in Washington in late January after a citizen returned from a trip to China.

Since the first COVID-19 patient in Washington, there have been 65,342 more confirmed cases across the country and 922 deaths.

Last week, President Trump declared a national emergency to combat the coronavirus pandemic, freeing up $50 billion in federal funding and promising a screening website and drive-by tests.

Which prohibits any travel between the United States and any European country, including the United Kingdom and Ireland.

And many people have been descending into mass hysteria over the risks the virus brings with it.

People working in industries such as travel and dining have had their workplaces shut down due to the epidemic.

“These will be payments to small businesses, we’ve talked about loan guarantees to critical industries such as airlines and hotels, and we’ve also talked about a stimulus package to the American worker,” Mnuchin previously stated.

Mnuchin announced at today’s press briefing that: “Our expectation is within three weeks we will have direct payments out.”  

“We couldn’t be more pleased with the unprecedented response from the Senate to protect American workers and American business.”