Government to extend the Stay at Home program until April


Santo Domingo.– President Luis Abinader Corona reported this Monday that the “Stay at Home” program will be extended until April 2021. “Even in a tough year for the Dominican State finances, we will continue to provide solidarity support to all households affected by the pandemic,” announced the president. During a press conference at the National Palace, Abinader also indicated that as of May this year, the “Eating is First” program will become “Supérate” and will reach one million households that will receive 1,650 pesos per month, as well as comprehensive support so that beneficiaries can access education and employment. The head of state said that this initiative joins the central program of the government in its commitment to create quality jobs for the people. In his speech, Abinader highlighted the […]

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