The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Thursday extended its moratorium on residential evictions for one month, but said it expects the latest extension to be its last.

The moratorium, which has been in place for upward of a year, had been set to expire June 30 and will now expire July 31, the CDC said Thursday.

The measure has been a cornerstone of the federal government’s attempt to help homeowners who have struggled to pay rent during the coronavirus pandemic.

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