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Some unemployed workers in Virginia are eligible for a seven-week extension of benefits, but the Virginia Employment Commission needs a computer programming update before it can distribute checks.
It’s unclear how many of the more than 100,000 Virginians collecting unemployment checks could be caught in the delay.
The VEC says extension payments should be made by June 26, after needing almost two months to complete new computer programming.
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