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Cuyahoga County Blog

Working Securely During COVID-19

12/30/20
Many employees are working remotely due to COVID-19. As we stay home to protect against the further spread of the virus, take these precautions to protect you and your family in order to stay safe and secure online.

Responsible RestartOhio: What does it mean?

12/30/20
On April 27, the State of Ohio announced the Responsible RestartOhio plan, which details the reopening of the economy. What does it mean for you and your family, your job, and our community?

Medicaid auto-disenrollment postponed during pandemic

12/30/20
In an effort to ensure that no one loses access to their medical benefits during this critical time, Cuyahoga County is implementing a number of policy changes designed to reduce the number of Medicaid discontinuances during the pandemic.

IRS Sets Deadline to Add Dependents to Stimulus Payments

12/30/20
If you are a Social Security recipient with dependent children, and you did not file 2018 or 2019 tax returns, you will need to immediately register with the IRS to receive the $500-per-child stimulus benefit without a long wait.

Waste Collection and the Pandemic—What Residents Need to Know

12/30/20
To protect the health and safety of their workers, many communities and their contractors have implemented changes to normal collection services. Some of these changes include the suspension of bulky waste collection, yard waste collection and special waste services such as collections of household hazardous waste.

Essential PPE – How to Donate

12/30/20
Personal protective equipment (PPE) is vital to protecting medical professionals and first responders as they treat patients and combat the COVID-19 pandemic. It is also in short supply in Cuyahoga County, Ohio, and around the world.

The CARES Act and Stimulus Payments

09/12/23
The Coronavirus relief package (aka the CARES Act) is now law, meaning Americans who earned $75,000 or less will be receiving payments of up to $1,200 apiece.

Changes to Unemployment Benefits

12/30/20
The Coronavirus pandemic has forced many businesses to close or significantly reduce their staff, leaving tens of thousands of people without work or a paycheck to depend on during the pandemic crisis.


  
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