Coronavirus : Permission 15 days for parents who work after the government's decision to close schools throughout the country to reduce the coronavirus and the spread of three-month extension and to welfare benefits,…… insurance ability and disability tests are measures that discusses the Labor and Social Affairs Minister Yannis Vroutsis to the meeting place at Treasury.
Specifically reportedly studied to authorize parents who work and have children who go to school after the decision to close schools throughout the country due to coronavirus.
The license will be 15 days the mother and 15 days to the father so that they can care for their children who will stay home due to the closure of schools for the non-proliferation of coronavirus.
It is emphasized that these proposals which is at the meeting table in the Finance Ministry will receive pairetero processing to better address the issue and socially but also for the national economy.
So, not ruled out deeper examined whether the measure will apply to working families both parents are or will receive some treatment for those with only one working parent.
While studying the three-month extension of the welfare disability benefits, insurance capacity and disability pension. This is because some people to renew their pension or the allowance are required to go through KEPA, while in terms of insurance capacity conditions do not allow citizens to be left without healthcare.
Noting that already the Medical Association requests not to operate the special rule evaluation committees for two weeks, by stating that the Disability Certification Centers jostling people vulnerable.
Alongside remains open and no fault impediment allowance to be paid to employees who stay without salary because the government decision to close operations in order not to spread the virus.
This allowance: 718 euro will involve employees in businesses that close due to force majeure to avoid spread of the coronavirus. Such benefits were activated after the disasters in Mandra and in Mati.
Recall that already the Ministry of Labor has announced three measures to address the effects of the coronavirus in the labor market and facilitating business and employees.
Measures include employment through teleworking wherever possible, the removal of administrative barriers for the adjustment of working hours, and extension 3 months -until the end of June- the payment of insurance contributions or relating to current liabilities or in settlement of debts.