how the 600 stimulus works?

Do I qualify for the additional $300 in COVID-19 unemployment benefits?
The additional $300/week in Federal Pandemic Unemployment Compensation is available to claimants receiving unemployment benefits under the state or federal regular unemployment compensation programs (UCFE, UCX, PEUC, PUA, EB, STC, TRA, DUA, and SEA). The funds are available for any weeks of unemployment beginning after Dec. 26, 2020, and ending on or before March 14, 2021. You don’t need to apply separately to receive this supplemental amount. Jan 11, 2021
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Does 'Where’s My Refund' or the online account provide information on the COVID-19 stimulus payment?
See full answer Payment Status: Where’s My Refund and Online Account will not provide the status of your Economic Impact Payments. Get My Payment is the only option available to get your payment status. If it is not available at the time you access it, you will need to try again later. Payment amounts for filing: You can check the amounts of your Economic Impact Payments through your online account. This can help you accurately calculate any Recovery Rebate Credit you may eligible for on your 2020 tax return. The EIP amounts can be found on the Tax Records tab. The amounts will show as “Economic Impact Payment” for the first payment and “Additional Economic Impact Payment” for the second payment. For additional information regarding the credit, see Recovery Rebate Credit.
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What are the second COVID-relief stimulus payments?
Authorized by the newly enacted COVID-relief legislation, the second round of payments, or “EIP 2,” is generally $600 for singles and $1,200 for married couples filing a joint return. In addition, those with qualifying children will also receive $600 for each qualifying child. Dec 29, 2020
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Why am I being mailed a direct deposit for my stimulus check payment?
Your payment may have been sent by mail because the bank rejected the deposit. This could happen because the bank information was invalid or the bank account has been closed. Note: You can’t change your bank information already on file with the IRS for your first or second Economic Impact Payment. Don’t call the IRS, our phone assistors won’t be able to change your bank information, either.
Full answer in: www.irs.gov