Ontario parents can apply for their next COVID-19 payment from the Province
Ontario parents will soon be able to apply for their next COVID-19 cheque from the provincial government and should receive the funds before the holidays.
Education Minister Stephen Lecce announced the application portal to receive the second payout will open “within the next week.”
The second payment was initially announced when the province tabled its budget earlier this month.
Parents of children aged 12 or younger will again be able to receive a one-time payment of $200 per child, and $250 for children 21 years of age or younger with special education needs.
This is the second payout from the province to Ontario families during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The first payout came in the spring.
The payments are meant as “a measure of relief” for those affected by outbreaks of the disease in schools and for those choosing to learn at home.
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