government has decided today (10th) how much to give the Corona 19 2nd disaster support fund.
Unlike the first time, which was given to all citizens, this time the focus was on supporting those who were affected by the recent re-spread of the corona.
The government said it would prepare to give it before Chuseok, but let's look at the content now.
First of all, self-employed and small business owners who were unable to do business due to corona or had to close their stores due to social distancing measures can receive up to 2 million won depending on the type of business.
Reporter Hyung-woo Jeon will explain the details.
First of all, we provide 1 million won to small businessmen who have been hit hard by strengthening social distancing.
Small business owners with annual sales of 400 million won or less, whose sales have decreased.
Businesses with limited business hours, such as restaurants and cafes in the metropolitan area, receive an additional 500,000 won.
2 million won is paid to businesses that are banned from meetings such as PC rooms, karaoke rooms, and academies.
However, entertainment pubs and martial arts are excluded from the application, but you can receive a danran pub.
In the case of collective restrictions and collective prohibitions, collective support is provided regardless of the size or decrease in sales.
2.91 million people, or 86% of all small business owners, receive cash assistance.
[PC cafe owner: I can't do business, but I have to pay the monthly rent.
It would be helpful if you give us 2 million won...
In addition, 500,000 won is given to 200,000 small businesses who have closed their business in the name of re-challenge incentives.
Even if you have already received a loan for small business owners, additional loans up to KRW 20 million are possible.
The tax credit for the so-called'good landlord' who has reduced rent is extended until the end of the year.
Up to 1 million won will be paid to 880,000 low-income families who are in crisis due to unemployment, etc., depending on the number of families.
The plan is to actively seek out support targets for each local government by easing the property standards than the existing emergency welfare system.
[Hong Nam-ki/Deputy Prime Minister of Economy: From the standpoint of providing limited financial resources most efficiently, to provide thicker support where needed...
government said that it is preparing a substantial portion of cash aid before Chuseok.
(Video coverage: Jeong Seong-hwa·Yang Doo-won, video editing: Choi Jin-hwa)