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Community Resources | Covid-19
- First stimulus payments are expected to go out the week of April 13. Learn more about tax related benefits, and how to claim them.
- Unemployment insurance is expanded to cover many workers not eligible for traditional benefits and the benefits have been increased by $600 per worker per week. Learn how to claim new unemployment benefits.
- Many families are facing food shortages at this time. Learn how to seek Supplemental Nutrition Assistance (SNAP) and additional assistance if you care for an infant or small children.
- If your small business is struggling due to the pandemic, there are loans and other assistance available through the Small Business Administration at www.sba.gov. Learn how to claim them.
- Learn the latest information on preventing the spread and treating those affected by coronavirus by visiting the World Health Organization Covid-19 web page.
- Johns Hopkins University's Coronavirus Covid-19 Global Cases dashboard, which tracks the spread of the virus, can assist us in both visualizing who is being affected and developing efficient, targeted strategies to mitigate crises.
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