Unemployed Americans To Get Additional $300 Approved By FEMA

The Federal Emergency Management Agency, FEMA,  has approved a grant allowing the state to put an extra $300 into checks for those unemployed by the COVID-19 pandemic

It’s a part of the Lost Wages Assistance Program created to help those who lost their jobs due to the coronavirus pandemic.

State approved for the loan are Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Washington, New Hampshire, Alaska, Georgia, Vermont, Mississippi.

Other beneficiaries are Tennessee, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Alabama, California, Indiana, North Carolina, Texas, Kentuchy, Michigan, Maryland, Idaho, Oklahoma, Montana, Colorado, Missouri and Utah.

It should be recalled that FEMA announced first states to receive lost wages grants on the 15th of this month which are Arizona, Iowa, Louisiana, and New Mexico

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