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Video Now: Answering questions on the $600 unemployment bonus in RI and more

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PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WPRI) — The R.I. Department of Labor and Training says more than 80,000 Rhode Islanders have filed for unemployment benefits in the last few weeks as the coronavirus emergency shut down businesses across the state.

In the above video, Target 12 reporters Tim White and Ted Nesi answer another round of questions from viewers about the process, including when the $600 federal bonus will start being paid out and how long it should take to get your application processed.

Here are some more key WPRI.com links and other resources to help you:

Q&A: Out of work in RI due to COVID-19? Here’s what you’re eligible for

Q&A: Here’s how the expanded federal unemployment benefits work

• Q&A: Here’s how your federal coronavirus tax rebate check will work

• Sign Up: R.I. DLT mailing list for updates on emergency COVID-19 unemployment program

• File a claim: Regular Unemployment | Temporary Disability | Temporary Caregiver

For more information, watch Tim and Ted’s previous Q&A from March 31:

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