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Unemployment,
Published 27.04.2020 16:27
In New York, US, a group of local residents organised the #InMyScrubs campaign to support hospitals.
They collect money via crowdfunding platform GoFundMe that will be used to buy meals for health care workers. The meals will come from local restaurants, which, in turn, will receive revenue during the lockdown. In the first week, the campaign managed to gather $50,000 and deliver 1,350 meals to six…
Unemployment,
Published 27.04.2020 11:46
France announced a bonus of up to €1,500 to health workers treating coronavirus patients.
Nurses, doctors and auxiliary staff working on the front line will receive payments of between €500 and €1,500 during pandemic. In addition, staff working on the front line will receive a higher payment than usual for extra hours. Both bonus and extra hours will be free of tax.

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