(CBS DETROIT) – A $10 million coronavirus initiative is aiming to help Oakland County restaurants say afloat.

The proposal will go before the county board on Monday to be voted on.

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Roughly 1,000 restaurants and bars will receive checks from the fund.

$7 million of the funds will come from The CARES Act and $3 million comes from the county’s general fund.

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