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The end of aid risks a rise in the United States

Unemployed in the United States

Additional assistance during govt epidemics is now exhausted.


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New York, Washington, San Francisco American Labor Day is really an opportunity to take a deep breath because Labor Day is a holiday for most employees. But for millions of U.S. citizens, this year’s holiday is provoking existential fear. Because on Monday, September 6, the most important social projects created in the United States during the outbreak expire.

The Centennial Foundation estimates that a total of 7.5 million people will no longer receive unemployment benefits. Another 20 million people out of work will receive regular benefits – but no more than $ 300 a week after the economic downturn in the spring of 2020.

The country’s poorest face another setback: hundreds of thousands of families are at risk of eviction because the ban on tenants ’protection is also expiring.

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