New Zealand’s $200 million COVID-19 relief fund will help with COVID recovery

New Zealand will offer $200,000 to help fund the COVID relief fund, which is aimed at helping people recover their livelihoods from the coronavirus outbreak.

New Zealand’s Ministry of Primary Industries (MPI) said in a statement on Thursday that the new COVID support fund would be set up to provide financial support for households, businesses and businesses that are unable to pay for COVID treatments.

It said the fund would also provide support for people who are unable or unwilling to pay their COVID treatment costs.

“We are proud of our strong partnership with the Government of New Zealand, and look forward to working closely with MPI and other partners to support New Zealanders and their families through this challenging time,” MPI President Nick Scahill said in the statement.

The fund is expected to help around 10,000 Kiwis to cover costs incurred by people to recover their homes, businesses or pets.

A total of $2.3 billion has already been set aside to help with the cost of COVID, which has infected more than 1.2 million people in the United States.