Tips and resources for assistance during the coronavirus crisis
- 2020-04-28 18:18
- By msn.com
The State also launched a separate website that provides real-time answers to questions about everything from the COVID-19, a symptom checker developed by UAB, and information on testing site locations. A partnership between Walmart and Quest Diagnostics has made testing sites available to anyone who may be exhibiting symptoms as well as health care workers and first responders. Congress passed the Families First Coronavirus Act which gives people a bump in the amount of SNAP benefits they can receive. Residents can go to this website, put in their zip code and find the nearest food pantry locations. Little Free pantry in Opelika is also providing non-perishable food items and hygiene products during the outbreak. According to the Alabama State Department of Education, sites offering to-go breakfast and lunches can be found by visiting this website . For employers unfamiliar with which banks or credit unions are offering the program, the SBA provides a link to search for eligible PPP lenders by Zipcode. The U.S. Treasury has also posted an FAQ list with answers to three dozen of the most-asked questions about the PPP loan program. Will Ainsworth has unveiled a new online resource designed to provide small business owners with a one-stop information hub during the COVID-19 pandemic crisis. Right now, FCWMC is offering one “freebie” set of diapers and wipes, and after that, people just need to participate in an online course to continue earning more.