How do volunteers in the isolation ward get the benefits?

Fri, 28 Jan 2022 11:12:00  |  Print  |  Email   Share:

Mr. Hua Van Toan (Dak Nong) is a volunteer on duty at the town's isolation area, but he is only allowed to receive 130,000 VND for 24/24 duty, and 80,000 VND/day for meals according to epidemic prevention regulations.

Mr. Toan was on duty at the isolation ward, ate meals from the charity kitchen and was told that he would not be entitled to meals when he ate charity meals. Mr.Toan asked, is that correct? How is your anti-epidemic participation regime got?

The Department of Labor, War Invalids and Social Affairs of Dak Nong province answered this question as follows:

After receiving Mr. Hua Van Toan's recommendation, representatives of the town's People's Committee and the Police of Ea Tlinh town, Cujut district had a direct meeting with Mr. Toan on December 21, 2021.

The amount of money Mr. Hua Van Toan is entitled to is as follows:

At Pham Van Dong Secondary School (from July 29, 2021 - July 31, 2021), he is on duty for 3 jobs, which is 600,000 VND.

At the isolation facility No. 8 (kindergarten) is supported 4,800,000 VND.

Going to concentrated isolation (F1): Support 1,120,000 VND.

Total amount of benefits: 6,520,000 VND.

After the meeting, Mr. Hua Van Toan clearly understood the benefits policies.

 

By: Translator: LeAnh-Bizic

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