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Wolf’s post-pandemic plan includes millions for health care, unemployment help, testing

The state’s plan for a transition to a post-COVID-19 existence seeks to fill many of the gaps in the $2.2 trillion CARES Act aid package, with expanded services for food-insecure Pennsylvanians, student loan debt relief, a “pandemic unemployment assistance” program and health plan coverage for coronavirus diagnostic testing.

Justin Henry
Justin Henry is the regional reporter for the Central Penn Business Journal and the Lehigh Valley Business. He can be reached at jhenry@bridgetowermedia.com.

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