Roughly 7,400 veterans who use the Kernersville, Charlotte and Salisbury, North Carolina Veterans Affairs health care and medical centers are waiting on travel reimbursements, some of which were supposed to have been processed back in July. As of November 1st, the Salisbury VA offices now say they have begun processing travel vouchers for October. The vouchers will be processed in sequential date order. The VA allows only one person in the system at a time to process the travel reimbursements. Until recently, veterans were paid in cash at the medical center when they finished their appointments. But now, they have to wait for a check or a deposit into their bank accounts. For more details, see this news article.
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