FEMA approves extra $300 per week in unemployment benefits for Pennsylvania

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    FEMA said it will work with Gov. Tom Wolf to implement a system to make the funding available, according to a news release.

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    Pennsylvania on Monday was approved for a Federal Emergency Management Agency grant that will provide an additional $300 per week on top of the regular unemployment benefit to those unemployed because of COVID-19.

    FEMA said it will work with Gov. Tom Wolf to implement a system to make the funding available, according to a news release.

    President Donald Trump on Aug. 8 made available up to $44 billion from FEMA’s Disaster Relief Fund to provide financial assistance to Americans who have lost wages due to the coronavirus. 

    Twenty-six states have now been approved to send workers the federal government’s extra $300 weekly unemployment benefit. 

    An extra $600 per week boost on top of the regular unemployment benefit ran out for Americans nearly a month ago.



    SOURCE: https://www.w24news.com

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