The flat-rate compensation service, financed by the special fund for the management of the Covid-19 pandemic created on the High Instructions of King Mohammed VI, has been extended to June 30, 2021 for several sectors announced this Thursday, July 8, the National Fund Social Security (CNSS).
Thus, the CNSS brings to the attention of the owners of private nurseries, operators of private sports halls, operators of the cultural and creative industries sector, as well as the operators of the tourism sector below: Approved travel agencies, Approved tourist transporters, classified accommodation establishments, temporary employment companies having a contract with operators of sub-sectors related to tourism and Tourist Guides declared to the CNSS as the fixed compensation service, financed by the special fund of the management of the Covid 19 pandemic created on High Instructions from the King, has been extended to June 30, 2021.
Actors in the aforementioned sectors, who want their workers to benefit from the flat-rate compensation for the month of June 2021, must declare them via the portal covid19.cnotss.ma from today, Thursday July 8, until August 3, 2021 the CNSS informed in a press release.
People declared on the portal, before July 11, 2021, will receive the flat-rate compensation from July 15, 2021. On the other hand, employees declared after this date will receive the flat-rate compensation from August 10, 2021 specifies the same source.
The CNSS therefore invites the affiliates concerned to make the declaration of their staff before Sunday 11 July on the aforementioned portal, operational 7 days a week and 24 hours a day, in order to allow their employees to benefit from the payment of compensation from July 15.
For any further information, the CNSS invites those concerned to contact the center ”Hello Damane ‘‘on: 08 02 03 33 33/08 0200 72 00.