As stimulus payments continue to be sent by states, Minnesota is now sending a check worth $750.
Over 660,000 Minnesota workers will soon receive a stimulus payment worth $750 thanks to their job.
The newest bill called Frontline Worker Payments, will be sending stimulus money to employees and small businesses.
The total cost of the plan is $500 million dollars.
The following forms of employment will qualify for the stimulus payments
- long-term care and home care
- health care
- emergency responders
- public health, social service and regulator service
- courts and corrections
- child care
- schools: charter, state and higher education
- food service: production, processing, preparation, sale and delivery
- retail: sales, fulfillment, distribution and delivery
- temporary shelters and hotels
- building services: maintenance, janitorial and security
- public transit
- ground and air transportation services
- vocational rehabilitation
$2.7 billion dollars will also be going to the Unemployment Insurance Trust Fund for the state of Minnesota.
Applications will open soon and workers will only have 45 days to apply.