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Biden Extends Unemployment Benefits to Workers Who Quit Due to COVID-19 Concerns

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By Charlie McCarthy


Workers who quit jobs to avoid potential exposure to COVID-19 will be eligible to collect unemployment benefits thanks to an executive order signed by President Joe Biden on Friday.

The White House issued a release in which it cited a Gallup Poll that found 43 percent of Americans lived in a household where at least one member had a preexisting condition, per Fox Business.

“The President is asking the Department of Labor…

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