(Indianapolis, IN)--On Tuesday morning, Kicks 96 and The Point News reported that 4683 Wayne County had filed jobless claims since Covid-19 lockdowns began. Later Tuesday, the state released unemployment numbers that further illustrates the cost of stay-at-home orders. Wayne County’s unemployment rate ballooned from 3 ½ in March to 14.8% in April. Rates in other nearby counties are even higher. Fayette County now has an unimaginable 25.5% unemployment rate. Union County is at 16.3%, Franklin is at 18.3, Randolph County has 17.4% unemployment, and Henry County is at 17.4%. Rates for Ohio counties come out later Wednesday.