As the 2019 Novel
Coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to spread across our state, our nation,
and the world I wanted to update you on the latest information. My top
priority is ensuring that our local health care providers have the
resources they need.
The situation is rapidly
changing, but I will continue to provide updates and resources 어도비 2017 cc. I am in
constant contact with local and federal officials and will continue to
provide updates on my COVID-19 resource page. Additionally, you can stay updated by following my Twitter @RepGregWalden or my Facebook page @RepGregWalden.
Below you will find some helpful updates and resources on the coronavirus.
It is an honor to represent you in the U.S. Congress.
Oregon’s Second District
The latest on the coronavirus: The situation is rapidly changing, but I wanted to share the latest information and news on the outbreak and relief efforts criminal law.
More Money for Health Care Providers:
Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) announced that they will
distribute an additional $15 billion in provider relief funds to
eligible Medicaid and CHIP providers that participate in state Medicaid
and CHIP programs and that have not received a payment from the Provider
Relief Fund General Allocation. HHS also announced the distribution of
$10 billion in Provider Relief Funds to safety net hospitals that serve
our most vulnerable citizens.
Economy on the Rise:
economy is on the rise 60분 드라마 다운로드. The economy under President Trump continues to
break records. In May, we have added 2.5 million jobs – the biggest
one-month jobs surge in our nation’s history since 1939. Read more here Download the robot.
Preventing the Second Wave:
Rep. Walden released a report detailing the U.S.’s rapid progress on
testing and what testing measures are needed to prevent a second wave of
COVID-19 infections in the fall. The U.S. has now performed more than
17.3 million tests. Over 2.7 million of those tests were performed in
the past 7 days. Read more here 최신 영화 무료.
What’s Walden Doing: An update on my latest actions on coronavirus.
Greg Walden Speaks at Hearing on COVID-19
and Commerce Committee held a virtual hearing with governors from three
states regarding the COVID-19 pandemic. Watch it here.
Greg Walden Announces Second Wave Preparedness Project
Walden and Brett Guthrie (R-KY) released a number of recommendations
related to testing and surveillance that officials should consider to
better position the country for any future spikes in COVID-19
infections. Read more here.
Resources to Know and Share: Here are some helpful resources and information on COVID-19.
ASSISTANCE FOR SMALL BUSINESSES
Paycheck Protection Program prioritizes millions of Americans employed
by small businesses by authorizing billions in funding toward job
retention and certain other expenses.
Small businesses and
eligible nonprofit organizations, Veterans organizations, and Tribal
businesses described in the Small Business Act, as well as individuals
who are self-employed or are independent contractors, are eligible if
they also meet program size standards.
- For a top-line overview of the program CLICK HERE
- If you’re a lender, more information can be found HERE
- If you’re a borrower, more information can be found HERE
- The application for borrowers can be found HERE
The Small Business
Administration has also launched a hotline for lenders who need
assistance accessing SBA’s E-Tran system. That number
is: 1-833-572-0502. More answers from the SBA can be found here.
INFORMATION FOR AMERICANS ABROAD:
The State Department is
making efforts to bring home Americans, including through commercial
flights, chartered flights, and military transport. Any American abroad
who needs assistance should contact their local U.S. embassy and
register with the Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP), available here or by calling 1-888-407-4747.
How to schedule a blood donation appointment:
Fast Facts: Here are some helpful stats on COVID-19 as of 6/9/20
Cases of COVID-19:
U.S. current case count:
There are currently at least 1,973,803 cases and 111,751 deaths in the
United States, as reported by Johns Hopkins and other media sources.
Oregon Current Case Count: 4,988
Hood River: 65
Testing in Oregon:
Total (since 1/24): 153,470