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We’re all in this together

Senator Martha McSally has provided the below communication for her AZ Constituents:
testing blitz

Senator Martha McSally has provided the below communication, “We’re all in this together” for her AZ Constituents:

May 14, 2020
Dear Friend,
Last week, I returned to Washington, D.C. to continue working with my colleagues on both sides of the aisle to address the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Rest assured, we are working around the clock to make sure that our communities and citizens receive the support they need. Keep reading for coronavirus updates and resources.Economic Impact PaymentsI worked in Congress to deliver swift financial support to families, workers, and seniors by sending relief checks directly to millions of Americans who make less than $99,000. These checks are meant to put money in your pocket now so you can put food on the table and help pay your most urgent needs, like prescription drug costs or rent. The IRS has begun sending these direct payments. Have you received your Economic Impact Payment check yet? Let me know but taking the survey below. 
 If you have not received your check you can verify the status of your payment or enter your direct deposit information using the IRS Get My Payment Tool

For those who do not have to regularly file taxes you can enter your payment information into the IRS website to speed up your payment. Arizona Testing BlitzImageArizona has been ramping up testing across the state and just finished the second “Testing Blitz” weekend. As of today, Arizona has distributed more than 165,000 tests over the course of this pandemic.The next testing blitz day is this Saturday, May 16th. If believe that you have may have contracted the coronavirus, you can use the Testing Blitz location finder HERE. Many of the sites do require pre-registration so make sure to call or visit the website of the location you would like to visit ahead of time.Pandemic Unemployment AssistanceEarlier this week Arizona began processing Pandemic Unemployment Assistance applications. Congress expanded worker eligibility for unemployment benefits so that it now includes gig workers and independent contractors, like Uber drivers and self-employed individuals. If you are out of work because of the pandemic, or you recently applied and were denied because the program was not live yet, you can apply for your unemployment benefits HERE.As always, if there is anything that my office or I can do to help you with a federal agency, please us know by visiting this link. In Service, Image
Washington, DC
404 Russell Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20002
Phone: (202) 224-2235
2201 E. Camelback Rd.
Suite 115
Phoenix, AZ 85016
Phone: (602) 952-2410
407 W. Congress St.
Suite 103
Tucson, AZ 85701
Phone: (520) 670-6334

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