The exact breakdowns are not completely clear, the money expected to be available at least by the end of April.

Federal officials have released information as to how much each state is getting in Federal aid related to the COVID-19 issue.  Washington state is slated for $2.9 billion.

According to officials, and Treasury officials, it's for educational programs, child care, trial housing aid, energy aid for low-income families and other areas.

Many are wondering how much is slated for assistance for small or regional businesses hard hit by Gov. Inslee's closures and Stay at Home orders. That remains to be seen, that specific break down.

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