South Australian residents who’re required to quarantine after getting Covid-19 examined and don’t have entry to paid depart or different earnings help can now get their fingers on a $300 cost.
The state authorities reinstated its one-off Covid-19 cluster isolation funds as SA continued its lockdown because of the rising Modbury cluster.
Human Services Minister Michelle Lensink stated the federal government understood the powerful seven-day restrictions have been “challenging “ for many people, particularly casual workers, sole traders and others unable to earn their usual income.
She said the payments would be welcomed by South Australians who were not eligible for the federal government’s Covid-19 disaster payments, which were opened when metropolitan Adelaide was declared a national hotspot.
“If you’ve missed a shift or cancelled a client booking because you were required to isolate while awaiting test results, you may be eligible for this payment,” Ms Lensink stated.
To be eligible, an individual will need to have visited one of many publicity websites in the course of the listed occasions since July 17, have taken a Covid-19 take a look at and been required to self-isolate pending the take a look at outcome.
They should even have been scheduled to work in the course of the interval of self-isolation, haven’t any entry to paid depart or different earnings help, be an Australian citizen or everlasting resident and over the age of 17.
Visit the www.covid-19.sa.gov.au web site or name (08) 8226 2500 for extra info.