D.C. is providing a $1,200 one-time stimulus payment for D.C. resident
Mayor Muriel Bowser and DC Health reported D.C. Government is making a $1,200 one-time stimulus payment to D.C. Residents now seeking Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA). as of Nov. 30 will be eligible to obtain a stimulus payment.
PUA includes residents who are not qualified for conventional unemployment benefits, including self-employed employees, independent contractors and those pursuing part-time jobs.
D.C. Government reports that about 20,000 Washingtonians will benefit from a $1,200 stimulus payment.
Mayor Bowser also reminded people that applications for the Restaurant Bridge Fund are open as of Monday. The Fund will offer $35 million in grants to qualifying restaurants and food service establishments.
To learn more about this new relief funding opportunity, individuals are invited to RSVP for DMPED's weekly recovery check in that will cover the Restaurant Bridge Fund this week.