PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Pennsylvania’s attorney general wants to help people financially impacted by the coronavirus outbreak.

Attorney General Josh Shapiro is launching the “PA CARE Package,” a consumer relief initiative.

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The program works with banks to help people and small businesses.

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“It gives you a 90-day grace period on mortgages, for consumer loans like auto loans, a 90-day window of relief from all those annoying fees that banks charge … foreclosures, eviction and motor vehicle repossession moratorium for at least 60 days,” Shapiro said.

PNC Bank is the first to commit to the initiative.

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The attorney general is hoping more banks join soon.