SHEBOYGAN COUNTY — The state of Wisconsin has invested $1.99 billion in COVID-19 response and recovery statewide as of Oct. 19.
That includes more than 16 million units of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) supplied, nearly two million testing and lab supplies distributed and more than 26,000 small businesses assisted.
Where have those dollars gone specifically in Sheboygan County?
The county has received a total of $6,837,361 in coronavirus relief from the state of Wisconsin according to the Department of Administration. Nearly half of that is the result of the Routes to Recovery allocation for local government aid.
Additionally, just under $1 million was granted both to contact tracing efforts and small business funding throughout the county.
|Routes to Recovery allocation||$3,789,533|
|Contact tracing allocation||$988,750|
|We're All In small business funding||$927,500|
|Farm support payments||$695,392|
|Wisconsin Rental Assistance Program benefit allocation||$356,186|
|Testing coordination allocation||$170,300|
|Pandemic Plan allocation||$30,000|
Here is a breakdown of how much each village, town and city received from the Routes to Recovery grant:
The county grants stayed rather consistent with where all response and recovery investments were made throughout the state.
|Testing supplies and lab diagnostics||$202,000,000|
|Routes to Recovery||$201,000,000|
|Elementary and secondary school emergency relief||$174,000,000|
|We're All In small business funding||$125,000,000|
|Direct Provider Payment Program||$110,000,000|
|Child Care Counts||$51,000,000|
|Wisconsin Farm Support Program||$50,000,000|