Guernsey's Chief Executive has admitted some delays to payments were hard to avoid at the start of the island's pandemic payroll scheme.
Owners say the coronavirus pandemic has had a "significant impact" on the hotel's cash flow.
The figures rose by 290 people in the last week alone.
2,230 people are now registered as actively seeking work, compared to 960 a month earlier.
Support is being given to help get islanders in Guernsey, who have lost their jobs due to the coronavirus pandemic, get back into work.
Buying a house can be stressful at the best of times, but what is it like to be involved in a house move during the pandemic?
Children of critical workers can go to a nursery, school or a childminder so their parents can carry out essential jobs.
Ministers say the decision has been made to help stop the spread of coronavirus - and is based on advice from officials in Jersey.
This island's hospitality leaders held an emergency meeting on Monday afternoon to discuss what impact COVID-19 could have on the sector.
Celebrity Chef Joe Hurd will host the 'Heat' competition final at the St Brelade’s Bay Hotel.