US to Allocate $250 Million to Fight Societal Despair over COVID-19




The $250 million contracts will be awarded to an agency that will help “defeat despair” over the pandemic and “instill hope” in Americans so that they can return to work and rebuild the economy.





The US Department of Health and Human Services plans to work with a communications agency to “defeat despair and inspire hope” amid the coronavirus pandemic. It is planned to spend $ 250 million for these purposes, writes Politico.

The winning company must host events that will inspire confidence in Americans. This is done so that citizens can fully start working after quarantine and restore the economy.

The public will be provided with information on health care, vaccines, medications, and the lifting of restrictions imposed by COVID-19.

Social networks, mass media, sports, and entertainment industries will be used as information platforms.

Most of the allocated amount should be spent by January 2021.





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