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What you need to know: April 3 [Video]

What you need to know: April 3

Good morning, North State. Here's what you need to know to start your day on April 3.

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Get unemployment questions answered online [Video]

Get unemployment questions answered online

A record 6.6 million people filed for unemployment benefits last week. This comes as businesses lay-off or furlough employees.

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WBZ Evening News Update For April 2 [Video]

WBZ Evening News Update For April 2

Patriots plane returns to Boston with one million medical masks; Mass. confirms 1,228 new coronavirus cases; Record breaking 6.6 million Americans file for unemployment; Weekend forecast.

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6.6 million people file for unemployment in one week [Video]

6.6 million people file for unemployment in one week

Businesses shut down while the county waits for the coronavirus to subside.

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Illinois Unemployment Claims Surge To Over 178,000, For Week Of March 23 [Video]

Illinois Unemployment Claims Surge To Over 178,000, For Week Of March 23

The claims filed in Illinois are among a record 6.6 million claims filed last week in the U.S. The Department of Labor's report referenced layoffs in Illinois including in the accommodation and food..

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Record 6.6 Million People Have Filed For Unemployment Benefits [Video]

Record 6.6 Million People Have Filed For Unemployment Benefits

That's double the record high of 3.3 million claims from the previous week.

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Record 6.6 Million Americans Filed For Unemployment Last Week [Video]

Record 6.6 Million Americans Filed For Unemployment Last Week

Jobless numbers in the United States continue to skyrocket due to coronavirus.

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