The Department of Wellbeing and Human Expert services is offering hospitals another $twenty billion in CARES Act funding and allocating the remaining $50 billion to fork out for the promises of the uninsured and to focus on COVID-19 hotspots, rural hospitals and Indian Wellbeing Service services.
The 1st wave of the $twenty billion for hospitals is anticipated to be sent on Friday. This follows an preliminary distribution of $30 billion for hospitals and now totals fifty percent of the $a hundred billion earmarked for suppliers in the Coronavirus Help, Aid, and Financial Safety Act.
Without having naming a figure, HHS Secretary Alex Azar explained Wednesday that some of the remaining $50 billion will be set aside to fork out for the promises of the uninsured, heading back to February 4.
One more $10 billion will be for targeted aid for warm places, such as New York City $10 billion for