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The unemployment numbers from March are staggering – over 10 million people filed jobless claims last month. And experts say it’s only going to get worse as COVID-19 grinds economic activity around the country to a standstill.
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Damian Paletta is economics editor at the Washington Post. Diane caught up with him Friday afternoon.
- Damian Paletta White House economic policy reporter, The Washington Post
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