Capito talks to WV Manufacturers on coronavirus relief

WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senator Shelley Moore Capito (R-W.Va.) today spoke with members of the West Virginia Manufacturers Association (WVMA) on a teleconference call to provide an update on the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. During the call, Senator Capito heard from manufacturers about their concerns, answered questions, and provided an update on how the third coronavirus relief package—which passed the Senate Wednesday evening—will aid them during this uncertain time.


“Whether large or small, manufacturers in West Virginia will find relief in the Phase Three deal. There’s no question the coronavirus has taken a hit on our economy, and West Virginia businesses are feeling the effects. We want to make sure employers and employees have the resources they need to rebound and stay connected through this uncertain time, and that’s exactly what the recent relief package we passed will do,” Senator Capito said. “I thank the WVMA for taking the time to discuss with me their concerns and needs, and for their willingness to step up to produce needed supplies during this time.”


“The WVMA and its members appreciate the long-time support of Senator Capito for West Virginia manufacturers. During this unprecedented time of crisis, Senator Capito and her team continue to provide valuable resources and work to support the health and safety of all West Virginians. We thank Senator Capito for hearing from our members about how this crisis is being addressed by manufacturers,” said Rebecca McPhail, WVMA President.