New and enhanced safety measures are in place across the Universal Orlando Resort.
PEUC provides up to 13 weeks of additional unemployment benefits to individuals who previously collected state or federal unemployment compensation (UC) but exhausted those benefits.
When the theme parks at Universal Orlando Resort reopen to the public on June 5, guests must follow new safety protocols, including wearing masks, getting their temperature checked upon entry and observing social distancing.
The Florida Department of Economic Opportunity (DEO) on Thursday announced a data breach in the state's unemployment system that may have exposed the personal information of those applying for reemployment assistance.
All 67 Florida counties are now included in phase one and may begin reopening businesses with limited capacity.
The executive order, which takes legal steps to try to prevent foreclosures and evictions, was issued April 2 and is set to expire on Sunday.
The stores had adjusted their times to 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. to allow extra time for cleaning and sanitizing.
The state’s price-gouging hotline has been contacted about 4,400 times, and more than $497,000 has been returned to consumers since a state of emergency was declared in March because of the coronavirus.
The businesses that reopen must practice appropriate social distancing and precautionary measures that are outlined by the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation.
The barbershops and salons that reopen must practice appropriate social distancing and precautionary measures that are outlined by the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation.
Benefits must be claimed for both Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA) and those seeking state re-employment assistance.
Passes for both Monday, May 11 and Tuesday, May 12, sold out “almost instantly,” a report says.
Governor DeSantis said there will be an investigation of how the state paid $77 million to set up the CONNECT system, which went live in 2013.
Phase one of reopening Florida will allow restaurants and retail stores to reopen with limited capacity.
The Florida DEO will conduct nightly maintenance to its online unemployment system to process claims and payments faster.
Some Florida residents waiting to receive Federal Pandemic Unemployment Assistance will need to reapply and then wait for DEO to contact you for more information.
Governor Ron DeSantis said that he hopes to have an update on the system that has lagged behind other states when it comes to paying out benefits.
The IRS said the ‘Get My Payment’ tool has been enhanced and will help even more taxpayers. Those who haven’t received a payment date yet are urged to use the tool again for the latest information on when it they will receive it.
The Florida DEO released a dashboard on Friday showing how many unemployment claims have been submitted, processed, and paid between March 15, 2020 and April 23, 2020.
It was revealed on Monday that only 6 percent of the over 650,000 unemployment claims submitted have been paid since the coronavirus pandemic started.