Brand New Maryland $1000 Covid Checks: Who’s Eligible?
More than $2 million in Covid funds are being used to fund a relief programme for low-income residents of Takoma Park, Maryland.
According to officials, the scheme is intended to assist Americans who have been affected by the pandemic.
Only Takoma Park residents are eligible to apply for the relief. Residents have been warned that funds will be distributed on a first-come, first-served basis.
Residents must submit applications online and provide proof of residency in Takoma Park.
To verify their identity, Americans may either present a letter from their benefits provider, a tax document, or a photo identification card.
Residents have been encouraged to file their applications using servers such as Google Chrome or Safari.
Applicants must also show proof of a tax return from 2020 or 2021 proving they earn less than $50,000.
If their application is accepted, Americans will be notified via email. It is unknown when the payments will be distributed to residents.
Meanwhile, New Jersey homeowners and renters have until December 30 to apply for up to $1,500 in relief.
According to Central Jersey, approximately 870,000 homeowners earning less than $150,000 will receive a $1,500 check.