Hanoi offers over US$33 million worth of financial aid to pandemic-hit people
The capital city has so far offered financial aid worth nearly US$33.05 million to 2.34 million disadvantaged households and people facing difficulties due to COVID-19. (Photo: Ha Noi Moi)
NDO/VNA – Hanoi has so far offered financial aid worth nearly VND750 billion (nearly US$33.05 million) to 2.34 million disadvantaged households and people who are struggling to make ends meet because of COVID-19 impacts.
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Of the total, close to VND597 billion was sourced from the State and local budget while VND153 billion was funded by the private sector, data from the municipal Department of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs shows.
The amount included more than VND314.2 billion from the Government’s social welfare package which was granted to 1.58 million workers and employers affected by the pandemic.
Particularly, more than 80,000 informal workers across the city have received assistance worth over VND120 billion.
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