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Federal program offers cash to cover COVID-19 funeral costs. Nearly $1.5B spent by FEMA

 
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Federal program offers cash to cover COVID-19 funeral costs. Nearly $1.5B spent by FEMA
Nearly $1.5B spent by FEMA on funerals so far

As of Dec. 6, about 226,000 people had shared in the nearly $1.5 billion that FEMA has spent on funeral costs that occurred after Jan. 20, 2020, the date of the first confirmed case of COVID-19 in the U.S. With the nation's coronavirus death toll topping 800,000, it’s clear that many families who are eligible for reimbursement have yet to take advantage of the funeral benefit.

To be eligible for reimbursement, death certificates for those who died after May 16, 2020, must indicate that the death was attributed to COVID-19.

Expenses covered under the FEMA program include funeral services, cremation and interment, as well as the costs for caskets or urns, burial plots or cremation niches, markers or headstones, transportation or transfer of remains, clergy or officiant services, and the use of funeral home equipment or staff.

While the reimbursement must go directly to individuals, some funeral directors have taken on the task of informing grieving families of the benefit.

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Re: Federal program offers cash to cover COVID-19 funeral costs. Nearly $1.5B spent by FEMA
Nearly $1.5B spent by FEMA on funerals so far

As of Dec. 6, about 226,000 people had shared in the nearly $1.5 billion that FEMA has spent on funeral costs that occurred after Jan. 20, 2020, the date of the first confirmed case of COVID-19 in the U.S. With the nation's coronavirus death toll topping 800,000, it’s clear that many families who are eligible for reimbursement have yet to take advantage of the funeral benefit.

To be eligible for reimbursement, death certificates for those who died after May 16, 2020, must indicate that the death was attributed to COVID-19.

Expenses covered under the FEMA program include funeral services, cremation and interment, as well as the costs for caskets or urns, burial plots or cremation niches, markers or headstones, transportation or transfer of remains, clergy or officiant services, and the use of funeral home equipment or staff.

While the reimbursement must go directly to individuals, some funeral directors have taken on the task of informing grieving families of the benefit.

[link to www.clickorlando.com (secure)]
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thanks for posting, they own it and control it , from birth to death., and those who cannot afford a burial, are paupers graves, and no mention in any state or any funeral websites, no one cares, sept for god, and if any real freinds or loved ones.
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Re: Federal program offers cash to cover COVID-19 funeral costs. Nearly $1.5B spent by FEMA
FEMA will give the family $9k for each "covid" death, up to $35k for multiple deaths. So much incentive for families to go along with this fakery. I imagine hospitals advising a skeptical family member of the FEMA incentive and that family member quickly shuts ups.
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Re: Federal program offers cash to cover COVID-19 funeral costs. Nearly $1.5B spent by FEMA
Nearly $1.5B spent by FEMA on funerals so far

As of Dec. 6, about 226,000 people had shared in the nearly $1.5 billion that FEMA has spent on funeral costs that occurred after Jan. 20, 2020, the date of the first confirmed case of COVID-19 in the U.S. With the nation's coronavirus death toll topping 800,000, it’s clear that many families who are eligible for reimbursement have yet to take advantage of the funeral benefit.

To be eligible for reimbursement, death certificates for those who died after May 16, 2020, must indicate that the death was attributed to COVID-19.

Expenses covered under the FEMA program include funeral services, cremation and interment, as well as the costs for caskets or urns, burial plots or cremation niches, markers or headstones, transportation or transfer of remains, clergy or officiant services, and the use of funeral home equipment or staff.

While the reimbursement must go directly to individuals, some funeral directors have taken on the task of informing grieving families of the benefit.

[link to www.clickorlando.com (secure)]
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They could have saved so much money if they simply would have shared the Benadryl, Milk remedy with the public

Thread: Early-stage research suggests a milk protein combined with Benadryl may help fight COVID-19 (Page 4)
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Do people know WHY?????????

This is hush money. You can only get Federal funds for a funeral if you do NOT request an AUTOPSY!!!

It is extremely important to the Establishment that vaccinated people do NOT get an Autopsy, the evidence would eventually be overwhelming, well this is how you stop it.
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Re: Federal program offers cash to cover COVID-19 funeral costs. Nearly $1.5B spent by FEMA
Nearly $1.5B spent by FEMA on funerals so far

As of Dec. 6, about 226,000 people had shared in the nearly $1.5 billion that FEMA has spent on funeral costs that occurred after Jan. 20, 2020, the date of the first confirmed case of COVID-19 in the U.S. With the nation's coronavirus death toll topping 800,000, it’s clear that many families who are eligible for reimbursement have yet to take advantage of the funeral benefit.

To be eligible for reimbursement, death certificates for those who died after May 16, 2020, must indicate that the death was attributed to COVID-19.

Expenses covered under the FEMA program include funeral services, cremation and interment, as well as the costs for caskets or urns, burial plots or cremation niches, markers or headstones, transportation or transfer of remains, clergy or officiant services, and the use of funeral home equipment or staff.

While the reimbursement must go directly to individuals, some funeral directors have taken on the task of informing grieving families of the benefit.

[link to www.clickorlando.com (secure)]
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They could have saved so much money if they simply would have shared the Benadryl, Milk remedy with the public

Thread: Early-stage research suggests a milk protein combined with Benadryl may help fight COVID-19 (Page 4)
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It doesn't matter. They misattribute deaths for $$$,$$$. Imagine your family member dies of cancer, obesity, or jsut old age. THe hospital make big $$$,$$$ by calling it "covid", and since you have to bury him anyways, you have big incentive to go along with it and collect $9k. Milk and benadryl won't stop someone dying of cancer, obesity, or old age.





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