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Coronavirus Relief Fund

The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act was signed into law on March 27, 2020. The Act provided more than $2 trillion in funding for programs including, but not limited to, education, health and human services, labor, housing and agriculture.

Included in the Act was the creation of the Coronavirus Relief Fund, which provided $150 billion in direct assistance across the nation to State, territorial, local, and Tribal governments. Of this amount, the State of Florida was allocated $8.4 billion: $5.86 billion was deposited into the State Treasury as General Revenue and approximately $2.47 billion was allocated to 12 of the largest counties directly by the U.S. Treasury.

This website tracks only actual disbursements of the $5.86 billion deposited into the Florida Treasury. Any new allocations announced by the Governor's Office or the Florida Legislature would not appear in these numbers until payments are actually made. The remaining $4.36 billion will be used by the State to cover COVID 19-related costs.

TOTAL AMOUNT DISBURSED: $1,387,493,832.96 out of $5,855,807,379.80