The state asked for $929 million, but it's getting $6.1 million.
Major flooding still exists in parts of the state, which bore the brunt of Matthew in the United States.
Governor Nathan Deal had refused to give voters more time to register, despite the hurricane's dire effects.
Homes, schools and crops were destroyed and now children are starting to get sick.
11 people have been killed in the U.S. and almost 900 in Haiti, as hurricane weakens to a post-tropical cyclone.
Health officials are concerned that the disease is spreading as flood waters mix with sewage.
The hurricane lashed Florida on Friday with howling winds and rumbled northward up the U.S. Atlantic coast.
Matthew has the potential to be the second most costly hurricane in history behind Katrina, JPMorgan analysts say.
Critics charge that the government is manipulating data on Hurricane Matthew to push a political agenda.
The politics of disasters and how they've helped and hurt the Clintons and Bushes.
Matthew was the strongest storm to slam Haiti in more than 50 years.