LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — Cities, towns and counties in Arkansas may now apply for funding from the state’s share of the federal coronavirus relief program.
The Arkansas Department of Finance and Administration announced Saturday that $75 million is available to cities and towns and $75 million to counties for reimbursement of costs associated with expenses related to their response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Eligible expenses include payroll for public health and safety employees; public health expenses; and personal protective equipment.
The state health department on Friday reported 97,539 total cases, including both confirmed and probable cases, an 1,665 deaths due to COVID-19, the illness caused by the virus.
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