WISCONSIN — Since March 15, more than 100,000 people in Wisconsin have applied for unemployment.
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On Monday, over 21,000 people applied for unemployment alone. The numbers from last week and this week exceeds 100,000.
All this, coming from the Department of Workforce Development. Monday's 21,000 is the highest daily rate we have seen throughout this whole pandemic, and the numbers are expected to rise even more.
On Tuesday, Governor Tony Evers officially announced the Safer at Homeorder which goes into effect Wednesday. With this order, many businesses are closing and workers are being forced to stay home.
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