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Coronavirus in Texas

Did your child get free or reduced-price school lunches? You may be eligible for $285 in food aid.

The Texas Health and Human Services Commission on Monday extended the deadline for applying to July 31.

Students grab lunch at North Side Independent School District in San Antonio.

Who is eligible?

How much money will my family get?

How do I apply?

When will I get my benefits?

Does Pandemic-EBT affect my ability to get other benefits like unemployment or SNAP?

How long do I have to spend the benefits?

Is my child still eligible if the school district has continued to provide meals?

Do you have to be a citizen to get Pandemic-EBT?

Does my child qualify if they get free meals at their day care?

Are kids in charter and private schools eligible?

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