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Saturday, May 09, 2020

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KINGSTON, Jamaica— The People's National Party (PNP) spokesman on tourism, Dr Wykeham McNeill, says reports that some tourism employees have been unable to access the Government's COVID-19 Allocation of Resources for Employees (CARE) Programme, are troubling.

According to McNeill, employees have been unable to access the programme because they failed to turn over their income tax deductions.

“It is alleged that standard deductions, which were subtracted from the workers' salaries, have not been paid over to the Government, resulting in the workers being ineligible to access the desperately needed relief,” he noted.

“The failure of employers to honour their payroll deductions should not disqualify the workers from the relief initiative,” the spokesman said.

McNeill said given the hardship currently being experienced by tourism workers, the Government must investigate the allegations and provide a solution immediately.

?#8220;The Government should coordinate directly with hotels and other employers in the sector to establish a database of displaced workers to ensure that no tourism worker is deprived of this relief programme,” he added.?p>


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