U.S. government to maintain financial support for Omicron variant
Later this January, the federal government is expected to assist Americans financially in the middle of another wave of Covid-19 infections, this time for the Omicron variant, by offering a stimulus check payment in the United States.
There have been three rounds of economic stimulus checks so far, but there are still other stimulus checks available by January 2022.
Another stimulus check will be sent to many families in January to help them with living costs. In that context, this stimulus check could help stop lots of new household economic crises.
More stimulus checks are expected to be issued by the US government in order to provide the necessary protections to those affected by the ongoing pandemic.
The federal government will most likely continue to provide stimulus checks to selected workers in January, and states have used a portion of their federal relief to provide teacher bonuses. Mainly frontline workers from all walks of life, some even offer stimulus checks to state residents who meet income requirements.
Babies born in 2021 are another eligible group. These are the most recent Americans to be qualified for payments of up to $1,400 from the third and possibly final round of checks, which will be distributed in March. Your household must meet the income requirements in order to receive the full amount. Remember that the threshold is $150,000 for married people filing jointly and $75,000 for individuals.