BALTIMORE (AP) вЂ” It is been fourteen days since President Donald Trump finalized into law a $2.2 trillion financial rescue package that will circulate cash to struggling people and organizations. It feels as though lot longer than that to James Stearns of Gulfport, Mississippi.
In this Friday, April 3, 2020 picture, a lady walks by neighborhood shops throughout the coronavirus pandemic in nyc. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)
Their work setting up floors that are vinyl paid off to simply 1 day a week due to the coronavirus outbreak. HeвЂ™s barely sleeping. The April lease on his trailer is delinquent. Unless the combined $2,400 they and their two chihuahuas will be homeless that he and his wife are to receive from the rescue package arrives soon.
вЂњIвЂ™m repairing to be evicted вЂ” we canвЂ™t spend such a thing,вЂќ said Stearns, 52. вЂњI donвЂ™t have energy at this time. Hot because it is, weвЂ™re sitting right here perspiring to death.вЂќ
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