Governor Kay Ivey (R-Ala.) has awarded virtually $2 million to help three north Alabama counties of their restoration from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Morgan County acquired $489,475 to expands medical companies for COVID-19 and any future outbreaks. Funds may also be used for gear purchases to help well being professionals who serve low and average earnings residents.
Moreover, Clay County and St. Clair County acquired $300,000 and $1 million, respectively.
“North Alabama frontline employees need to be counseled for his or her braveness and perseverance in the course of the COVID-19 pandemic,” Ivey stated. “As we proceed restoration, I’m happy to award these funds which can proceed to help those that have been negatively affected and are attempting to return again from such a troublesome time.”
Future COVID-19 Group Growth block grants by the federal Coronavirus Assist, Reduction, and Financial Safety (CARES) Act can be introduced because the purposes are processed.
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