Beginning in September, around 3 million Georgians can expect a check of $350 to arrive in their bank accounts. Governor Brian Kemp has released up to $1.2 billion in covid-19 aid to send people funds to deal with inflation. While some could see this as a bit of a campaign move, considering upcoming gubernatorial elections in November, the money will be happily received by many living in one of the most serious economic periods of the last three decades. The money will be sent out automatically, but residents should update their information on a state website that manages health and welfare benefits. It is also only available for those who were enrolled in a program prior to July 31st.