This is the most challenging experience for the bear conservation centre, but the Wage Subsidy Programme is a big help, said Wong from Sabah.

THE Wage Subsidy Programme was introduced by the Perikatan Nasional Government to assist employers economically impacted by Covid-19, to ensure they would be able to continue operating their businesses and to prevent workers from losing their jobs.

It came into effect on April 1, and RM13.5bil of the Perikatan Nasional Government’s RM260bil Prihatin Rakyat Economic Stimulus Package was set aside for this.

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