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Huang Jielong expected that the fifth round of epidemic prevention and anti-epidemic fund could reduce the loss of restaurants by half.
The government extended the social distance measures such as banning food in the evening market for another 14 days and closing the listed premises to the third day of the Lunar New year on February 3. Huang Jielong, honorary president of the Rice Seedling Association, said that the industry has experienced that there is no evening restaurant food, and it is estimated that 70% of the business will be lost this time, while the business volume of banquets, Chinese restaurants and hotels may drop to only 10%. Huang Jielong pointed out in a radio programme that applications for the fifth round of the epidemic Prevention and Anti-epidemic Fund started today (17). Huang Jielong believes that if the amount of subsidy is calculated on the basis of suspending evening food for one month, it is believed that the amount of subsidy can reduce the loss of restaurants by half. If the market fails to resume on the fourth day of the Lunar New year, the losses will continue to expand. For some experts, it is necessary to resta
Catering premises can apply for the fifth round of epidemic prevention and anti-epidemic fund from now on.
According to the Fehd, in order to provide further assistance to industries directly affected by the tightening of social distance, applications under the fifth round of the Restaurant premises subsidy Scheme, the Commercial bathroom licence holder subsidy Scheme and the Public Entertainment licence holder subsidy Scheme under the fifth round of the Anti-epidemic Fund will be open for application from now until February 18. The new round of Restaurant subsidy Scheme will grant an one-off subsidy of $50,000 to $250000 to licensees of eligible and operating general restaurants, light refreshment restaurants, floating restaurants and factory canteens according to the floor area specified in their licences. to assist catering premises that provide dining. The scheme is expected to benefit more than 170.60