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US Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act: What you need to know

In this webcast, learn about US government actions to support recovery and provide economic relief in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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The CARES Act is meant to broadly address the economic impacts of, and otherwise respond to, the COVID-19 outbreak within the United States. The CARES Act is the U.S. Government’s key legislation to support recovery and provide economic relief to the US economy in response to the pandemic crisis and is for consumers, small businesses and impacted industries including aviation, hospitality and those that support national security.

The main goals of the CARES Act are two-fold:

  • Keeping workers paid and employed
  • Providing for health care system enhancements, and economic stabilization and emergency appropriations for coronavirus health response and agency operations

Join us for a webcast to understand the key elements of the CARES Act, including eligibility for specific government programs and how the support will be provided, as well as to understand and assess the requirements and conditions to receive support. We’ll also discuss the potential risks of not complying with the CARES Act.

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