Americans have been patiently waiting to see what President Joe Biden’s relief bill was going to entail, but Republicans are saying that only 9% of it will be going towards actual COVID-19 relief.

The House passed Biden’s $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief package on Saturday, which is supposed to give Americans direct payments of $1,400 and $400 of federal unemployment each week until the end of August. 

Republicans have shared their concerns because they believe out of the $1.9 trillion, only 9% of that funding will be going towards fighting the virus, as they've expressed via social media. 

Every Republican in the house voted against this package, as well as two Democrats. 

The American Rescue Plan states that it would pay for vaccines and medical supplies, give out more emergency financial aid to households, small businesses and state and local governments, along with the stimulus check amount and unemployment, according to Reuters. 

“The bill also includes other health care spending like subsidizing insurance coverage for laid-off workers, extending paid sick leave and funding for veterans’ care,” the New York Times reported.

Expanding child tax credit, an eviction ban and adding additional funds to help reopen schools are also included in the package. 

The two parties have been going back and forth on Twitter since Saturday morning, with Democrats saying the 9% is untrue. 

While many Republicans are saying it’s very true. 

The actual percentage of COVID-19 relief is unknown, but it has the country divided. 

Part of this package initially included plans to raise the minimum wage, but after a ruling that stated it could not be a part of COVID legislation, it will be removed from the Senate version of the bill. 

"Everything is not fixed. We have a long way to go. And that day when everything gets back to normal depends on all of us," Biden said on Thursday. "It depends on Congress passing the American Recovery Act."

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