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More than 19,000 people applied for the Pandemic Unemployment Payment (PUP) in the past week, according to figures from the Department of Social Protection. The department reported a net increase of 10,801 PUP recipients last week, attributing the rise to parts of the country moving to Level 3 lockdown restrictions. The surge marked the first increase in the figures since the peak of 598,000 on May 5. The largest increase in PUP recipients was in...
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