State-by-state breakdown of $7.5B in rural healthcare pandemic aid

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HHS on Nov. 23 started distributing $7.5 billion in payments to rural healthcare providers affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Here is how much each state received:

Alabama

$153.2 million

Alaska

$21.2 million

Arizona

$70.9 million

Arkansas

$160.9 million

California

$381.6 million

Colorado

$98.1 million

Connecticut

$24.9 million

Delaware

$21.7 million

District of Columbia

$291,356

Florida

$109.8 million

Georgia

$305.9 million

Hawaii

$43.9 million

Idaho

$57.2 million

Illinois

$245.9 million

Indiana

$264.3 million

Iowa

$174.1 million

Kansas

$135.1 million

Kentucky

$288.1 million

Louisiana

$155 million

Maine

$129.1 million

Maryland

$43 million

Massachusetts

$28.9 million

Michigan

$255.8 million

Minnesota

$194 million

Mississippi

$229.4 million

Missouri

$275.5 million

Montana

$67.6 million

Nebraska

$72.5 million

Nevada

$26 million

New Hampshire

$76.7 million

New Jersey

$19.7 million

New Mexico

$68.4 million

New York

$277.7 million

North Carolina

$301.3 million

North Dakota

$44.5 million

Ohio

$428.9 million

Oklahoma

$191.3 million

Oregon

$118.7 million

Pennsylvania

$287.6 million

Rhode Island

$658,385

South Carolina

$109.6 million

South Dakota

$98.5 million

Tennessee

$288.6 million

Texas

$462.3 million

Utah

$20.7 million

Vermont

$45.9 million

Virginia

$130.3 million

Washington

$152.3 million

West Virginia

$123.9 million

Wisconsin

$152.7 million

Wyoming

$22.4 million

 

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