Since the start of this pandemic, California has invested $11.2B in the fight against COVID-19. Yesterday, the Newsom Administration unveiled a proposed $2.7 billion COVID-19 Emergency Response Package – to bolster testing capacity, accelerate vaccination and booster efforts, support frontline workers, strengthen the health care system and battle misinformation.
- Since the start of this pandemic, California has invested $11.2 billion in the fight against COVID-19, saving tens of thousands of lives.
- Governor Newsom’s $2.7 Billion Emergency Response Package – including a $1.4 billion emergency appropriation request – will bolster testing, accelerate vaccination and booster efforts, support frontline workers, strengthen our health care systems, and battle misinformation.
- With Omicron on the rise, we know the pandemic is not over. Governor @GavinNewsom is proposing $2.7 billion, including $1.4 billion in emergency urgent action, to support CA’s testing, vaccination, and booster efforts while supporting frontline workers & battling misinformation.
See Fact Sheet Attached Here For More Details: https://www.gov.ca.gov/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/COVID-19-Budget-Fact-Sheet-1.8.22.pdf