The House Oversight Committee released a spreadsheet Friday showing that the COVID relief package will provide Minnesota with $4.722 billion. Of that amount, $2.597 billion goes to the state government, $595 million goes to metro cities, $420 million goes to a category called "other non-counties," and $1.109 billion goes to counties.

The National Education Association says Minnesota will get nearly $1.94 billion from the relief package for pre-K to 12 and higher education, including some emergency funds.