According to draft documents analysed by the leading local news website, www.24ur.com, the government is this week expected to prepare a third anti-corona package that should introduce subsidies for part-time workers and tourism vouchers.
The website said the government plans to subsidise companies so that, where there is not enough work for every tenth employee, the state would cover the difference. Instead of the prescribed 40 hours per week, such employees would work part-time. Subsidies would range from 110 to just under 450 euros per worker.
Tourism vouchers worth 200 euros will be distributed to all employed and self-employed adults, while the government also plans to extend subsidies to tourism workers and caterers whose work has been largely suspended. (Zoran Radosavljević | EURACTIV.com)