{hush} money

Rona hush money. Let’s just call it what it is. I’m sharing a conversation sent to me between a chiropractor and a paramedic.





Read below for a breakdown of how much funding per Rona case each state received (according to this article dated 4.14.2020) from the first $30 billion in aid. Kaiser Health News used a state breakdown provided to the House Ways and Means Committee by HHS along with COVID-19 cases tabulated by The New York Times for its analysis.
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Alabama $158,000, Alaska $306,000, Arizona $23,000, Arkansas $285,000, California $145,000, Colorado $58,000, Connecticut $38,000, Delaware
$127,000, District of Columbia $56,000, Florida $132,000, Georgia $73,000, Hawaii $301,000, Idaho $100,000, Illinois $73,000, Indiana $105,000, Iowa $235,000, Kansas $291,000, Kentucky $297,000, Louisiana $26,000, Maine $260,000, Maryland $120,000, Massachusetts $44,000, Michigan $44,000, Minnesota $380,000, Mississippi $166,000, Missouri $175,000, Montana $315,000, Nebraska $379,000, Nevada $98,000, New Hampshire $201,000, New Jersey $18,000, New Mexico $171,000, New York $12,000, North Carolina $252,000, North Dakota $339,000, Ohio $180,000, Oklahoma $291,000, Oregon $220,000, Pennsylvania $68,000, Rhode Island $52,000, South Carolina $186,000, South Dakota $241,000, Tennessee $166,000, Texas $184,000, Utah $94,000, Vermont $87,000, Virginia $201,000, Washington $58,000, West Virginia $471,000, Wisconsin $163,000, Wyoming $278,000.

Interesting…

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Source: https://www.beckershospitalreview.com/finance/state-by-state-breakdown-of-federal-aid-per-covid-19-case.html

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