Kustoff Votes for $8.3 Billion in Funding to Address Coronavirus
WASHINGTON, D.C. –Today, Congressman David Kustoff (TN-08) voted to provide $8.3 billion in total funding for the United States to address the coronavirus at home and abroad. This includes expediting vaccine development, purchasing essential equipment and supplies, assisting state and local health departments, and allowing telemedicine services for treatment. To access daily updated information on the coronavirus, visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website, here.
“After hearing from many health and disease experts, I appreciate Congress coming together and acting in a bipartisan manner to give the American people this important funding. The coronavirus is a serious threat, and today’s funding package gives our nation a coordinated and comprehensive response to this virus. I would like to thank President Trump and his administration on their continued leadership, and I urge everyone to take the appropriate steps to protect their loved ones from this growing health emergency,” said Rep. Kustoff.