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As deadline looms to renew $600 jobless benefits, Pa. ‘workers are terrified’

The majority of the 3.3 million Pennsylvanians who have applied for some form of unemployment assistance since the CARES Act passed should have received the additional $600 payments.
By Laura Benshoff/WHYY

State makes $50 million in hazard pay grants available for frontline workers

“It’s a very short time frame but we need to get this money on the street as quickly as we possibly can.”
By Ximena Conde/WHYY

Philadelphia-area businesses say federal ‘Payroll Protection’ loans put them ‘at risk’

“I don’t want to take a loan I think is going to be forgiven and suddenly I have to pay it all back plus a little bit of interest.”
By Miles Bryan/Keystone Crossroads

Grocery workers in Philadelphia are getting coronavirus. Will your store let you know?

The stores are a truly “essential” place where all sorts of people have reason to flock.
By Laura Benshoff/WHYY


Pa. establishes helpline for companies that can produce critical medical supplies needed for COVID-19 response

"This portal will help facilitate the connections businesses need to get critical COVID-19-related products to market or retrofit their operations."
By Jan Murphy/PennLive

Coronavirus brings Pennsylvania’s construction industry to a near standstill

“It’s going to be a whole new world on how we’re going to man a job here...until this virus is completely behind us."
By Daniel Urie/PennLive

Coronavirus has infected the economy, hitting hourly workers and small business owners the hardest

“The main issue is the uncertainty about how long the pandemic is going to last."
By Charles Thompson/PennLive

‘It’s going to hurt’: Struggling Pa. towns brace for financial gut punch from the coronavirus

“We have to look forward and anticipate that the tax revenue is going to be vastly compromised."
By Charlotte Keith/Spotlight PA
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