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Title: Vouchers for use in businesses affected by COVID-19
Authors: Eurofound
Authors: Fiorini, Luke
Keywords: COVID-19 Pandemic, 2020- -- Malta
Subsidies -- Malta
Government aid -- Malta
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions (Eurofound)
Citation: Fiorini L.A. & Eurofound (2020), Vouchers for use in businesses affected by COVID-19, measure MT-2020-24/938 (measures in Malta), EU PolicyWatch, Dublin.
Series/Report no.: EU PolicyWatch;MT-2020-24/938
Abstract: During the initial phases of the COVID-19 pandemic in Malta, several forms of enterprises were ordered to close their doors, resulting in no or limited business being conducted by these organisations. As retail shops, restaurants and licensed accommodation were allowed to re-open once COVID-19 cases dwindled, these enterprises and their respective associations complained that business remained very poor, with some organisations stating that they were losing more money by opening. In view of this, Government announced that €100 vouchers would be distributed to all individuals aged 16 and over that can be used in a licensed accommodation, restaurants, bars or business that had closed due to the pandemic.
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