Some are still waiting for reimbursement

The first law on intervention measures to curb the COVID-19 epidemic and mitigate its consequences for citizens and the economy stipulates that employees who are above average at risk for their health or overburdened with the control of the epidemic, they are thus entitled to an allowance for danger and special burden during the epidemic, which amounts to a maximum of 100% of the hourly rate of the employee's basic salary.
In recent days, the Association of Social Institutions of Slovenia has warned that many providers of social welfare activities have not yet received reimbursement for the payment of the crisis allowance.
Another problem that social welfare institutions face and could also lead to liquidity problems is the reimbursement of the purchase of material assets - personal protective equipment, disinfectants and disinfectants, which they had to provide themselves due to insufficient quantities in state commodity reserves.

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