Biden would also phase out higher unemployment benefits automatically over time, tying aid to economic and health conditions, according to the plan.
$400 unemployment boostThat law extended unemployment benefits by 11 weeks to mid-March.
Six months of extra benefitsThe president-elect would also extend the duration of benefits by about six months, to the end of September instead of mid-March.
That would apply to self-employed, gig and part-time workers collecting Pandemic Unemployment Assistance, and recipients of Pandemic Emergency Unemployment Compensation, who exhausted their standard allotment of state benefits.
"Congress did the right thing by continuing expanded eligibility and extending the number of weeks unemployed workers can receive benefits," according to the outline of Biden's economic plan.
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