Casablanca — The National Social Security Fund (CNSS) on Sunday announced the decision to grant allowances for the period from July 1, 2020, to May 31, 2021, for the benefit of the cultural and creative industries sector in a difficult situation due to the spread of the pandemic of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).

Operators in this sector can, therefore, make requests to enable their employees and trainees in training-integration in temporary cessation of activity due to the pandemic and declared to the CNSS during the month of February 2020 benefit from these allowances, the CNSS pointed out in a press release.

Employers who meet the conditions set out in the user guide at covid19.cnss.ma website must submit their requests, through this platform, from March 15 for the period from July 2020 to January 2021, the source said, recalling that this compensation is financed by the Special Fund for the Management of the Novel Coronavirus Pandemic, set up upon the High Royal Instructions.

For the months of February and March 2021, requests can be made until March 20, 2021, while the April and May declarations will start on the 16th of the month concerned and continue until the 3rd of the following month.

In order to facilitate the use of the website, the National Social Security Fund has prepared a video and an explanatory guide which can be viewed on the official website www.cnss.ma and its various pages on social networks.

The interested party can, if necessary, call the “Allo Damane” service on the following numbers: 0802033333 and 0802007200.



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