They've been denied the benefits, and some were even asked to pay them back.
The state has applied for the federal Lost Wages Assistance program.
The application process is expected to begin in August.
Fraudsters have been stealing personal information to file for unemployment as someone else.
The state's largest foodbank says McKinsey & Co. projects need for food to peak in September
Because part-time workers and those expecting a recall are not counted, the rate does not reflect the full impact on employment in Minnesota
Statewide, around 500,000 workers have applied for unemployment since March 16.
The extended payments come from a federal bill.
Their first week off-air is April 20-24.
Minnesota's "Stay at Home" order is in place until May 4.
Applicants will begin seeing the $600 in their bank accounts.
More than 200,000 Minnesota workers have applied since March 16.
That number will undoubtedly rise as the week progresses.
But there's also been a drop in the number of available jobs in the state.
The owner had donated to white supremacist David Duke.