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We are a positive community for sharing your advice on managing the Coronavirus in your work-life. Help and advice are welcome; please be kind and keep it to the facts.
jadida robyn
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Laila Nashat posted an article
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Laila Nashat posted an article
Mar 4, 2021

Unemployment could change soon: How it affects you

Laila Nashat
Community Specialist
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Jonathan Leavitt
about 1 month ago

I am being told to repay $12,900

I have been struggling since Covid started to get by since I was cut off my weekly PUA finds because I couldn't send in my social security card due to being lost for proof of identity and I couldn't get a new card with the office being closed at the time .. how do I get help to fix my situation because I can't find a way to contact unemployment that works

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Elyssa Duncan
Community Specialist
about 2 months ago

The next round of stimulus checks could look a lot different than the first two

It seems as though there are a handful of important differences between the third stimulus payment and the first two, including:

  • The base amount of money
  • The amount of money families receive
  • Eligibility criteria
  • The tax season in which the payments are based (2020 versus 2019)
  • Child support payments may or may not be taken
  • Earlier payments could be retroactively increased

What are your thoughts about the third #stimulus payment??

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Elyssa Duncan posted an article
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Laila Nashat posted an article
Jan 20, 2021

$1,400 stimulus boost with American Relief Plan

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Community Specialist
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Ashley Wilson
Community Specialist
7 days ago

Uber offers FREE rides to vaccination sites

Need a ride to get a vaccine? Uber (and Lyft) have you covered!

Did you know that 45% of Americans do not have access to public transportation at this time?

In an effort to help those who wish to get vaccinated Uber said last week that it has partnered with retail pharmacy chain Walgreens to offer FREE transportation to its locations and offsite vaccination clinics in cities such as Houston, Chicago, Atlanta and more!

The initiative comes after Uber pledged in December to offer 10 million free or discounted rides to assure that “transportation is not a barrier to getting the [Covid-19] vaccine.”

Uber partners with a number of health systems, Medicaid, and Medicare Advantage plans to move their 65+ members. These health care organizations can call, schedule, and pay for rides to vaccine appointments on behalf of their patients and those covered by government health programs, adding that riders do not need an app or a smartphone.

Read more about this here on NBC news.

#covid #coronavirus #Uber #Lyft #Houston #Texas #Chicago #Atlanta #Georgia #Walgreens

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