HARRISBURG (KDKA) — Some extra money is coming to those on unemployment.

Pennsylvania is implementing new federal unemployment benefits provided by the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act.

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Those who file are eligible for an extra $600 per week through mid-July. The first payments were issued on Friday.

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Those who are self-employed, independent contractors or gig workers are eligible for benefits.

Unemployment compensation benefits are also extended for an additional 13 weeks.

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“The federal benefits are in addition to Pennsylvania’s regular unemployment benefit,” the governor’s office said in a release.