Ann Tuck, manager at Anglers Restaurant in Hampden, hangs a sign on the door notifying patrons of their closure on March 19.

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A record number of people in Maine and the U.S. filed for unemployment insurance last week in one of the biggest signs of economic fallout from the new coronavirus pandemic.

The Bangor Daily News wants to hear from Mainers who have filed for unemployment so far to tell the stories of those who have been affected. Have you had trouble filing, as some have told us? Do you expect to be back to work sometime soon? Fill out the form below to talk to us.

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Michael Shepherd

Michael Shepherd

Michael Shepherd joined the Bangor Daily News in 2015 after covering state, federal and local issues for the Kennebec Journal for three years. He's a Hallowell native who now lives in Gardiner. He graduated...