COVID-19 UI filings show signs of slowing

INITIAL UNEMPLOYMENT filings in Rhode Island since March 9 have totaled 244,026. / AP FILE PHOTO/ERIC GAY
INITIAL UNEMPLOYMENT filings in Rhode Island since March 9 have totaled 244,026. / AP FILE PHOTO/ERIC GAY
PROVIDENCE – COVID-19-related unemployment insurance filings increased by 223 on Sunday, to 167,904, the R.I. Department of Labor said Monday. The increase was the lowest day-to-day rise since March. DLT's previous report, released on June 5, reflected the previous day's figures. On June 5-6, COVID-19-related UI filings totaled 1,146. Pandemic unemployment assistance filings in the…

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