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PRN NP - can I file for unemployment?

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I work in employer based clinics - 2 different companies both as prn employee - W2. For 1, shifts have been cancelled due to shelter in place & companies closing - these are prescheduled shifts 2-3 months out. I do not have any shifts scheduled with the 2nd company but they are also cutting, this company is more of a last minute shift need.

Can I apply for unemployment? Normally or under the more flexible stimulus package? Live in Indiana.

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waufah has 13 years experience as a BSN, RN and specializes in ICU,Tele,Interventional Radiology,PACU,Research.

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If you filed taxes last year,you will get the stimulus check from IRS,this has nothing to do with your employment status. You probably need a letter from your employers to explain they have no work for you due to COVID-19 but they hope to resume business after,you dont have to quit your job for that. https://www.careeronestop.org/LocalHelp/UnemploymentBenefits/unemployment-benefits.aspx

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