Americans started seeing direct deposits in their bank accounts Saturday morning with their coronavirus stimulus checks.
The U.S. Treasury Department and the IRS started processing the first round of $1,400 payments on Friday, with direct deposits quickly making it into accounts across the country.
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Checks and debit cards were also mailed, and will reach Americans in the coming weeks.
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As announced yesterday, some people could start seeing relief payments hit their bank accounts as early as this weekend.
Payments to eligible Americans will continue through the next several weeks on a rolling basis.
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