Summary of Federal COVID-19 Funding to Vermont
as of September 16, 2020
|Federal Coronavirus Relief Fund1
|Small Business - Paycheck Protection
|Federal Unemployment Insurance2
|Economic Impact Payments
|Small Business - Economic Injury Disaster Loans3
|Coronavirus Food Assistance Program4
|Community Health Centers
1 The federal Coronavirus Relief Fund was established by the CARES Act and use of these funds is subject to state legislative approval.
2 This number excludes $306,100,000 from the State Unemployment Insurance Trust Fund, making a total amount of $1,128,500 in unemployment insurance funding from combined state and federal sources. According to the Vermont Department of Labor, this data is for the sole purpose of informing the public and is accurate to the extent ascertainable by the Department at the time of publication. It does not constitute verified employment data for the purposes of required reporting and formal release. The information is not related in any way to the certified data provided to the U.S. Department of Labor.
3 Provides economic support to small businesses that have suffered adverse impacts from Covid-19. Approximately $35.6 million of the $341 million committed has been advanced to Vermont applicants approved for EIDL.
4 Provides financial assistance to producers of agricultural commodities, including dairy, who have suffered a five-percent-or-greater price decline or who had losses due to market supply chain disruptions due to COVID-19 and face additional significant marketing costs. Thus far, dairy farmers have received $35,415,428.