Pa. small business grant program to provide $225 million in relief aid to recover from COVID-19 losses

By: Jan Murphy

As Pennsylvania moves into the recovery era from the COVID-19 pandemic, some $225 million of the $2.6 billion in federal coronavirus relief money that the state received will be directed to help small businesses get back on their feet.

“Businesses will be able to use the grants to cover operating expenses during the shutdown and to help them in their transition to reopening,” said Gov. Tom Wolf in announcing the program during a televised news conference on Monday.

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