Businesses in certain sectors that are continuing to suffer financially have been invited to apply for the second phase of payroll co-funding support.
Applications can be made from 1 August for support from the scheme between 1 July and 30 September.
Certain businesses that can demonstrate that they are still struggling with turnover can apply for reimbursement for 80% or 100% minimum wage co-funding on a monthly basis.
Eligible sectors include non-essential retail, restaurants, events companies, travel agents, arts and entertainment which act as tourist activities, hospitality and taxi services.
The scheme will run on a monthly basis until 30 September and businesses will need to apply each month.
Those with turnover of 40-70% ordinary levels will be eligible for 80% reimbursement and be expected to contribute the remaining 20%. Those with turnover below 40% of ordinary levels will be able to apply for 100%.
Businesses outside of the eligible sectors are likely to still be impacted, but will not receive automatically be entitled to payroll support.
However, a Spokesman for the States said that: "Any such business is welcome to apply for the support and their case will be judged on an individual basis, though additional information will likely be required."
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