Money from Oregon's $500 relief check program runs out in 3 days

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State officials reported Friday morning that all 70,000 payments of the one-time $500 relief checks have been distributed or dedicated to Oregonians in need.

State officials said 62% of the checks handed out over the past two days were outside the Portland metro area.

The program will start winding down Friday. Participating banks and credit unions will be given a final funding allotment cap for the day and won't accept new walk-in applications once they've reached that cap.

"Previously scheduled appointments will continue through the end of the month, but new appointments will not be made," state officials said in a press release.

A spokesperson for OnPoint Community Credit Union said people should no longer visit OnPoint branches looking for the checks.

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