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Took immediate action to flatten the curve and provide for the safety and well-being of Granite State families

Created the Governor's Office for Emergency Relief and Recovery to oversee the fair and transparent disbursement of the $1.25 billion CARES Act funds to businesses, communities, and organizations

The first state in the country to make at-home tests available to households statewide

Disbursed nearly $350 million to New Hampshire small businesses through the Main Street Relief Fund

Built 14 flex facilities across New Hampshire with 1,662 new clinical surge beds during the COVID-19 pandemic 

Established the $600,000 Emergency Protections & Relief Fund for Domestic and Sexual Violence Organizations to ensure the continuation of services to victims during the COVID-10 global pandemic

Put forward $2 million in new funding to provide for New Hampshire's most vulnerable children during the COVID-19 global pandemic

Established the Emergency Healthcare System Relief Fund, providing $100,000,000 in funding to ensure that New Hampshire Hospitals remained open during the COVID-19 global pandemic, with $30,000,000 allocated for long-term care facilities

Moved all Family Violence Prevention Specialists across the state from part-time to full-time positions to assist DCYF in supporting victims of domestic violence and their children during the COVID-19 global pandemic 

Provided stipends to first responders, front line Medicaid workers, corrections staff, and protective service workers

Historic expansion of unemployment benefits in the wake of COVID-19

Allocated $35 million in housing and utility assistance for those struggling to pay rent or utility bills due to COVID-19

Prohibited landlords from starting eviction proceedings against those unable to pay due to their financial situations during the COVID-19 State of Emergency

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