ARLINGTON, Virginia – While larger urban areas may be seeing the number of coronavirus cases slow, cases in rural areas are just beginning, two experts said during a briefing from the Infectious Diseases Society of America on Tuesday.
JEFFERSON CITY – The Missouri Department of Labor and Industrial Relations’ Division of Employment Security began issuing the $600 Federal Pandemic Unemployment Compensation payments last week, with $66 million in benefits paid out to over 115,000 claimants.
JEFFERSON CITY – Federal policymakers have provided a substantial amount of fiscal relief to state and local governments to combat the COVID-19 pandemic, but Missouri and other states need much more to avoid spending cuts that would harm families, destabilize communities and deepen the recession, based on a new report from the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities.
Our will, along with the millions of small businesses we serve, is being tested by the devastating impact of the coronavirus, COVID-19. I want to assure you, we are working every day to make sure help is on the way.