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Coronavirus questions: Will we have to pay back our stimulus checks next year?

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As our With You TODAY initiative in collaboration with Facebook continues to answer viewers’ questions related to the coronavirus outbreak, NBC senior business correspondent Stephanie Ruhle reacts to the news that 6.6 million more Americans have filed for unemployment benefits. She warns that the numbers are going to go even higher and says “it’s going to be a slow process” to get Americans back to work. Answering a viewer question, she says that we will not have to pay back our $1,200 stimulus checks next year.