(St. Paul, MN)  —  The window to appeal denied Hero Pay applications has officially closed.  Nearly one-point-two-million people applied for Minnesota’s frontline worker bonus check payout.  The state denied over 200-thousand applicants, but those denied had about a month to appeal.  Now, state officials will review appeals and calculate how much each person will receive.  It was originally estimated that nearly 670-thousand people were eligible, meaning frontline workers would get 750-dollars each.