- Coronavirus has caused a lot of people their jobs in the United States
- Those that lost their jobs due to the deadly disease are now filing for unemployment benefits
- Hundreds of them visited Kentucky Capitol on Wednesday, June 17, to speak to a representative
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As COVID-19 continues to cause job loss in the United States, a lot of people have been processing unemployment benefits.
The same was the case in Kentucky on Wednesday, June 17, as hundreds of people lined up outside a temporary unemployment benefits office in the state capitol in Frankfort.
According to NBC News, those that lost their jobs were there to speak to a representative in person in hope of claiming their unemployment benefits.
Briefly.co.za gathers that around 44 million Americans have filed for first-time unemployment benefits since the coronavirus pandemic hit.
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