WASHINGTON, D.C. (NEWS10)- The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention awarded New York a little more than $16.6 million to support the state’s response efforts. It’s part of more than $560 million being distributed to states for costs associated with the coronavirus outbreak.
The funding was announced Wednesday by the CDC. New York City was awarded an additional $16.9 million, Massachusetts $11.6 million and Vermont $4.9 million.
The list of each state’s award can be found here.
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