The Unemployment Line: COVID-19 Edition

I was laid off April 4.

On April 5 I signed up for unemployment on The People's Republic of Indianastan's website.

On April 13th I logged back in and verified that I did not work the week prior.

Today I received a direct deposit from the state along with the Fed's $600.

The only thing that I could cut from my expenses was Xfinity television but I had to keep internet.

Financially, I'll probably be fine for a considerable amount of time barring unforeseen expenses.

My concern is that oil futures fell like they did. That's liable to cause my job to close permanently. That won't just affect me, it'll probably mean that all of the local steel facilities close. That'll devastate the local economy.
Sorry to hear this. And sorry for the slow reply.

Indiana seems to be fast, which is amazing. I filled out my UE back on April 17th. I still haven't even been properly registered into their system yet.

I think by Thursday I'll give them a call, if I haven't been transferred over, because I also may want to discuss my questionnaire. They worded a few things oddly.