Myanmar to provide social security benefits for workers amid Covid-19 shutdown

  • Myanmar
  • Thursday, 30 Apr 2020

YANGON (Xinhua): The Ministry of Labour, Immigration and Population will provide social security benefits for workers of the registered factories and workshops which are temporarily closed for inspection amid the Covid-19 outbreak, state-run media quoted the ministry's release on Thursday (April 30).

According to the release, workers who registered for social security under the Social Welfare Programme will receive 40 per cent of their salaries based on insurance fee for the unemployed days in accordance with the Social Security Law.

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