The US gave $12 billion in coronavirus relief to the hardest-hit hospitals. Here's who received the most money and how much they got.
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The Trump administration gave out $12 billion in government relief to hospitals that cared for a large number of patients with COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus. 

The money comes from a $175 billion relief fund Congress set up to help healthcare providers who have been bruised financially trying to fight the pandemic. 

The Department of Health and Human Services posted a database of the hospitals who were hard hit, and how much money they got. 

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