WPRI 12 is here for you during these unprecedented times. We’re still delivering the critical news and information you need and depend on, but we’ve also dedicated our team to serve you more directly. Our 12 Responds initiative is set up to help you navigate our community’s coronavirus concerns and get you answers on critical health and financial questions.
12 Responds: We’ve already answered many of your health and financial answers here
Recent episodes of 12 Responds:
- DLT: Thousands now claiming ID theft in unemployment fraud scheme
- Can I go fishing, what about boat launches?
- Can RI first responders get hazard pay?
- Can I get an antibody test to see if I had COVID-19?
- Why wasn’t the $600 unemployment bump retroactive?
- Are grocery story workers required to wear a mask?
- Treasurer Magaziner on small businesses hit hard
- Answers on the $600 unemployment bump, DLT wait times, applying in Mass.
- How to ensure you get the 13-week unemployment extension
- Out of work in RI due to COVID-19? Here’s what you’re eligible for
- Here’s how the expanded federal unemployment benefits work
- 12 Responds: New details on $600 unemployment bump
- CARES Act emergency unemployment benefits now available
- Answering questions about excessive wait times for unemployment benefits
- Your questions answered on applying for unemployment in RI
- Answering questions on the $600 unemployment bonus in RI and more
- Here’s how your federal coronavirus relief check will work
- New low-interest loans for RI firms after COVID-19 disaster declared
- Providence offering new loan options to businesses hurt by the coronavirus
- Liquor stores? Gun shops? Here are the essential businesses that can stay open in RI
- Expert: Hand washing, sanitizer more important than wearing gloves in public
- Here’s where COVID-19 is in RI, five weeks into the crisis
- Health Dept. encourages Rhode Islanders to wear cloth masks in public
- List: Support services available during COVID-19 crisis
- How to correctly and safely remove used gloves
- RI Food Bank: Many residents taking advantage of food pantries, some for the first time
- RI expands COVID-19 testing after lagging other New England states
- COVID-19 could peak in RI by mid-April, epidemiologists say
- Newly approved COVID-19 test could ‘dramatically’ ramp up testing at Lifespan