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Federal Government Continues Michigan Coronavirus Response

Federal Government Continues Michigan Coronavirus Response

Since Coronavirus reached Michigan, President Trump and his administration have spared no resource in helping aid Michigan. The White House’s whole-of-government response ensured Michigan could secure billions of dollars in aid for everything from hospitals to Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) grants for small businesses.

MLive: Michigan a top-10 recipient of federal coronavirus stimulus payments

The Detroit News: Michigan hospitals getting $900M in fed COVID-19 aid

MLive: Federal grants expand coronavirus testing in Mount Pleasant, Houghton Lake 

Bridge Magazine: Michigan tribes set to receive millions in federal coronavirus relief

MLive: $1.7 million in federal funds coming to Southwest Michigan for coronavirus testing

WLUC: Over $14M in Federal Grants awarded to Michigan Health Centers to increase COVID-19 testing

MLive: Michigan gets 1,600 vials of coronavirus drug remdesivir from U.S. government

The Detroit News: Michigan to get $42M in COVID-19 relief funds from HUD

 

“Whether it is testing, aid, PPE, or therapeutics – President Trump has kept his promise to Michigan in fully supporting our state during this crisis.” said Laura Cox, Michigan Republican Party Chairman. “This Administration has taken unprecedented, aggressive action in mitigating this virus and its effects, and I know under the President’s leadership, our state and country will rebuild stronger and greater than ever.”


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