Dear Sir or Madam:**I am writing to inquire about my continuation of unemployment benefits under Executive Order ****-** in response to the coronavirus*Covid-** pandemic. I have resided with my grandmother of ** years-of-age who suffers from comorbidities for ten years. Due to her age and state of health, she is part of the Covid-** high-risk population. I am concerned about her well-being for multiple reasons, as my employment and residency pose a potential threat to her health with the reopening of the economy (signifying my return to work) and my status as her living-partner. **I have been laid-off since the beginning of Executive Order ****-**. My occupation entails direct contact with the public, without the ability nor option to work remotely. My employer is in the process of establishing their reopening procedures, as are many businesses throughout the region. Considering my inevitable return to work, including the nature of my job, I feel it would be in the best interest of my grandmother if I sought separate residency* to reduce her risk of exposure to Covid-** from a person having repetitive contact with the public. I will also need to arrange an alternative support or service system to assist her with certain activities of daily living (ADL) in my absence. **To my understanding, our governor will be closely monitoring the state of public health in the coming weeks, as there exists the potential of an increase in Covid-** cases with the reopening of our economy. Along with my grandmother, I am also part of the high-risk population for the Covid-** virus. Although ** years-of-age, I have a chronic respiratory condition (asthma) and am susceptible to severe complications* therefore, I too would benefit from sheltering alone. When the stay at home order ends, and my place of employment reopens, do I still qualify to collect Federal Pandemic Unemployment Compensation (FPUC) until the expiration of the Cares Act without obligation to return to work immediately* thereby, maintaining a measure of income (through unemployment) while seeking new residency, moving, and establishing a new support*service system for my grandmother before returning to my employer's payroll? **Please contact me via email or phone. Thank you for your time, consideration, and prompt response to my inquiry, and for the services you are rendering throughout this challenging time.**Regards,*Charles Edward Laymond*Claim * C*******-*
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