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COVID-19 News Updates for September 2, 2020

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Trump Administration Announces Provider Relief Fund Application for Assisted Living Facilities (HERE)

NIH Continues to Boost National COVID-19 Testing Capacity (HERE)

How we’re developing a COVID-19 Vaccine at ‘Warp Speed’: Alex Azar (HERE)

CMS Advancing Seniors’ Access to Cutting-edge Therapies and Technology in Medicare Hospital Rule (HERE)

Fiscal Year (FY) 2021 Medicare Hospital Inpatient Prospective Payment System (IPPS) and Long Term Acute Care Hospital (LTCH) Final Rule (HERE)

FDA Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update Daily Roundup – September 2, 2020 (HERE)

FEMA and Ad Council Urge Americans to “Make a Plan Today” (HERE)

Treasury Announces MOU with the State of Delaware to Strengthen Information Sharing (HERE)

Federal Agencies Outline Plan to Help Farmers of Seasonal and Perishable Fruits and Vegetables (HERE)

Exclusive Interview with Small Business Administrator on COVID Loans and Trump’s Hispanic Outreach (HERE)

U.S. Department of Labor Awards $646 Million in Employment Service Grants to States (HERE)

U.S. Secretary of Labor Eugene Scalia Highlights USMCA and Economic Recovery in Michigan and Illinois (HERE)

U.S. Department of Commerce Continues to Invest Cares Act Funding to Boost Economic Development Programs Critical to Helping Communities Respond to Coronavirus (HERE)

·       EDA CARES Act Recovery Assistance, which is being administered under the authority of the bureau’s flexible Economic Adjustment Assistance (EAA) program, provides a wide-range of financial assistance to eligible communities and regions as they respond to and recover from the impacts of the coronavirus pandemic. For complete information, please visit EDA CARES Act Recovery Assistance page.

DOD Awards $10 Million Undefinitized Contract Action to Copan Industries, Inc. to Establish Domestic Production Capacity of Flock Tip Testing Swabs (HERE)

COVID-19 Travel Restrictions Installation Status Update (HERE)

For the most up-to-date information, please see the CDC’s website: www.coronavirus.gov.