Biden expects stimulus payouts to begin yet this month, says bill passage speeds up vaccinations
President Joe Biden, speaking Saturday after Senate passage of a COVID-19 stimulus bill, said he anticipated relief checks and deposits for Americans to be sent out yet this month. Biden also said passage of the bill that now returns to the House next week, where it is largely expected to
President Joe Biden, speaking Saturday after Senate entry of a COVID-19 upgrade bill, said he expected help checks and stores for Americans to be conveyed at this point this month. Biden likewise said section of the bill that currently gets back to the House one week from now, where it is generally expected to procure last endorsement prior to being sent for the president's mark, speeds up the accessibility of immunizations to all American grown-ups who need the shots to the center of May. That is somewhat sooner than his latest deadline. The Senate barely endorsed the $1.9 trillion COVID-19 alleviation bill on a 50-49 partisan principal vote.