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Feds: Stimulus Checks For The Fourth Round Might Just Get The Nod

America has witnessed a significant rise in the covid cases over the last few days. The rising cases seem to instill fear among the Americans. The demand for the fourth set of financial boosts had been highly requested. The citizens have felt the need for financial security. In recent developments, the Democrat leaders are likely to consider an added round of financial benefits. 

Stimulus Checks Worth $2000 Likely To Be Handed Over To Qualified Citizens

The increasing demands for the fourth set of Stimulus Check seem to have caught the government’s eye. In an online petition, over a 2.5million citizens signed in favor of added financial boosts. They requested the American government, led by Joe Biden to provide them with more funds. 

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The Democrat leaders seem to take note of the growing responses. They are currently in talks about a possible set of checks. The check will provide a monthly relief of $2000. The qualified Americans will continue to receive them till the covid situation subsides. These benefits will not be the same as the previous reliefs. This will be a monthly benefit plan whereas, the previous ones were only one-time payments. 

Michael Tubbs, Tim Ryan, Natalie Foster, and Stephanie Bonin were joined by the representative of the US. They all petitioned in favor of receiving monthly aid from the government. 

The public can take heart from the fact that prominent leaders have voted for the added-on checks. Senators expressed their concern over the ongoing covid scenario. They emphasized that people will need the monthly backing of the government. A study stated that a further set of Stimulus Check could potentially save millions of citizens from poverty. However, the government of Biden is still not keen on any further Stimuli. They are planning different ways of relief for the citizens.

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