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National Committee Lauds Decision Allowing SSI Beneficiaries to Receive Automatic Stimulus Payments
Treasury expected to get started on stimulus payments Friday
COVID-19 poses particular challenges for seniors.
Not only are seniors more susceptible to the disease, but keeping their financial, health and food security stable is a priority. The National Committee wants Americans to have the latest information about the impact of the coronavirus pandemic. This page will be updated regularly so please keep checking back.
Seniors are at increased risk for depression during the COVID-19 pandemic. Families can help support their loved ones’ mental health. Advice is available from the federal government through this 24-hour hotline: 800-662-4357.