Today, we take a break from the series we are doing on Bill Gates, Vaccines and Population Control to give you an update on the COVD-19 status in the country.
Congress passed another round of relief for COVD to replenish the quickly emptied PPP (paycheck protection program.) Approximately $500 billion dollars will be added to the fund throughout this bill that was passed.
About $75 billion of the plan will be used to implement a nationwide testing program for the Coronavirus. Yesterday, Fox News reported that a study involving approximately 860 people may suggest that the mortality rates of COVD are especially low in comparison to early projections, as they found that 50% of the sample size were asymptomatic but still had the COVD antibody.
Some may be glad to hear none of this round of relief will be going to the Kennedy Center. The issue of the Kennedy Center relief was a hot spot in early relief debates. Not only did the Kennedy Center still receive the money, but they still laid off their workers. Republicans in the house are attempting to find a way to get the money back since they still conducted layoffs.
Also, the CDC has warned that the second wave of Coronavirus could occur in tandem with the start of flu season in the Fall. The organization is looking into a variety of ways to prop up the staff of hospitals across the country to prepare for the coming load on national healthcare resources.
What do you think about the second round of stimulus? Is it worth it?