The Franchise Tax Board announced that nearly 1.2 million Californians would get a new stimulus check paid to their bank accounts in coming days, as the state continues the rollout of its Golden State Stimulus.
This new round of Golden State Stimulus II payments includes about 400,000 direct deposits that will be issued on Oct. 29, ABC 10 reported.
The Sun added that those who qualify and do not have children would receive $600, and those with children will get $1,100,
The Franchise Tax Board, which handles the payments, said the money typically shows up in bank accounts within a few business days.
The state will also mail about 750,000 checks on Nov. 1, with paper checks often taking up to three weeks to arrive.
In previous rounds of Golden State Stimulus, the Franchise Tax Board sent payments to about 4.5 million people.
Those who had received a payment from the first round of the Golden State Stimulus will not receive another.