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26 Mars, 2020, 20:38 | Auteur: Auguste Feret
As has been the case for a few days now, single individuals who make $75,000 or less are expected to receive a $1,200 payment, and the payment falls by $5 for every $100 you make between $75,001 and $99,000.
The Senate unanimously passed a massive $2.2 trillion coronavirus emergency rescue package late Wednesday, and among its many tools to bolster the economy amid the COIVD-19 pandemic is $290 billion set aside for direct payments to most Americans. "We're looking to get a lot more information and we have procedures to do that". Those checks will amount to $1,200 for single individuals and more for married couples and for parents, along with other payments.
Representatives in the U.S. House still must approve the package before President Donald Trump can sign it, and some estimates have said that it could take until May for payouts to go out.
"Married couples are eligible for a $2,400 check as long as their adjusted gross income is under $150,000 a year". For those who have not yet filed their taxes this year, it will be based on 2018 returns.
"Since no one knows their total 2020 income yet, the government is using tax returns from 2019 and 2018 to figure out who qualifies for a check". That extra amount is available for up to four months.
The stimulus bill does not provide a specific timeline for payment distributions, but the Treasury Department suggested last week to members of Congress a start date of April 6, with a second batch of checks going out on May 18.
According to The Washington Post, people on Social Security benefits, including retirees and people on disability assistance, also will get money. "The main people excluded from receiving a payment are: the wealthy, nonresident aliens (i.e. foreigners who do not hold a green card), and "dependents" who can be claimed on someone else's tax return.", the Post reports.
About 125 million people, or 83 percent of tax filers, will get checks, says Kyle Pomerleau at the American Enterprise Institute.
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All elementary students still will be receiving reading and math packets each week, either online or in paper form for pick-up. Teachers will be using email, phone calls, and video meetings via Google Classroom to connect with and support their students.
More serious symptoms include shortness of breath, difficulty breathing, chest pain or pressure, confusion or blue lips. That's one of the reasons you keep hearing about a patient's travel history or a history of exposure to the virus.
Also, Wuhan will resume commercial flights from April 8, excluding global flights and flights to and from Beijing . To prevent a surge in imported cases, China is ramping up quarantine and screening rules for all global arrivals.
Pentagon officials said 600 individuals linked to the military had now tested positive for the virus worldwide. The US now has some 68,597 reported cases of coronavirus across the country, and some 1,035 deaths.
As the Department of Labor put it, "Nearly every state providing comments cited the COVID-19 virus impacts". In California alone, more than a million people have applied for unemployment benefits this month, Gov.
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