After initially saying it would require everyone to file a tax return, the IRS said it would use Social Security data to deliver the payments to people receiving Social Security retirement or disability insurance. Those payments will go out "in the near future", the IRS said Friday. Deposits will continue in the days ahead, starting with people who have filed tax returns for 2018 or 2019 and authorized direct deposit.
Bonnie Henry, B.C.'s provincial health officer Friday. She adds that the physical distancing needs to be adhered to, alongside everything else the province is doing to slow the spread of COVID-19. Asked about this during her Saturday briefing , Henry focused instead on those who have been staying home, who she described as "most" B.C. residents.
They make this distinction because, as one of the engineers notes in the video, they're aiming to build the Tesla ventilators utilizing as few components sourced from the medical industry as possible. The reason the news attracted so much attention was that Tesla had stopped production of the long-range Model 3 RWD model in the US before. But when the EPA conducted its own tests, the rating was shown to be 325 miles (523 km).
United States stocks gained after another massive jump in the country's initial jobless claims and the Federal Reserve's latest move to support the economy amid the COVID-19 pandemic. According to the Fed, the funds can be used to help offset losses in tax revenues from business closures and reduced consumer spending amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Its stockpile of assets will grow much larger under the litany of programs it has launched, although some will be held in what are known as special-purpose vehicles, or SPVs, rather than directly by the central bank. The Fed will work with commercial banks to provide loans to small and mid-sized firms. "The latest measures emphasize how committed the Fed is to providing relief and economic support where they can, stretching outside the typical toolkit in order to deliver assistance".
California reported the most initial claims last week, at an unadjusted 925,000. In New York, Lou Benavides, who works in the music industry, has tried for weeks to register for jobless benefits, but can not reach the Labor Department to finish processing his claim.