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Tennessee pandemic-related unemployment claims fall last week

New and continued unemployment claims related to the COVID-19 pandemic were down in Tennessee for the week ending Nov. 28.

There were 5,789 new claims for the week ending the 28th, with 46,665 continued claims, which is a drop of almost 5,000 from the previous week.

Since the pandemic began, there have been 932,425 claims for unemployment in Tennessee.

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In Coffee County there were 38 initial claims filed for the week ending Nov. 28 and 315 continued claims of unemployment related to the pandemic.

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