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А вот индийский вариант :s_sarcastic




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Дыши глубже, Проценко.



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Дептранс снял атмосферное видео про опустевшую Москву. Красивое напоминание жителям Москвы и других регионов о том, что сейчас важно соблюдать режим самоизоляции.



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⚡️РФ в ночь с пятницы на субботу приостанавливает все авиарейсы для возвращения россиян и иностранцев - источники "Интерфакса".



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Сотни россиян спустились с гор в Непале — и оказались в коронавирусной изоляции

Из-за распространения коронавируса в Непале застряли больше сотни россиян — в основном это туристы, которые занимались трекингом и планировали поход к базовому лагерю Эвереста. Пока россиян из Непала не эвакуируют, хотя у части туристов уже начали заканчиваться деньги на оплату жилья и еды. Туристы не знают даже приблизительной даты возвращения домой.
«Единственный вариант — идти шесть дней пешком до Катманду»
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Living In A Ghost Town



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⚡️⚡️У премьер-министра Михаила Мишустина тест на коронавирус дал положительный результат.



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У более чем 70% заключенных в тюрьмах США выявлен коронавирус — газета The Hill



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Коронавирус добрался до джунглей Амазонии. Чтобы не заразиться, аборигены носят маски и перчатки.



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Если вы не уверены можно ли вам апплаиться на CERB (например, вы работник т.н. essential business) прочитайте эту статью. Скорее всего вы можете подать аппликацию на эти выплаты, объяснив "временную нетрудоспособность" какой-либо причиной, связанной с COVID19.

Выплаты по CERB в настоящее время составляют $500 в неделю, плюс разовая выплата $1,000 от правительства БиСи для тех, кто уже approved for the federal CERB.

Если коротко резюмировать, вам надо подать своему имплоеру request for a voluntary unpaid leave of absence (причина должна быть связана с COVID19). Получив аппрувмент вы можете подаваться на CERB (федеральный), а затем на местный (БиСи) бонус.




A CROSS-CANADA REVIEW OF NEW RULES AND REGULATIONS RELATING TO LEAVE OF ABSENCES IN RESPONSE TO COVID-19

This article was updated on April 23, 2020.

We expect that there will be new information available due to constant developments and rapidly changing information. We will continue to keep you posted as more developments occur but this article is current as of April 23, 2020.

As the impact of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to be felt globally, governments across Canada are taking measures to help alleviate the resulting pressures on their workforces. To assist employers to prepare and respond effectively to the ever-changing situation, we have summarized the new rules and regulations with respect to leave of absences, starting with the federal government and following with provincial governments in alphabetical order.

The Federal Government

COVID-19 Leave and Changes to Existing Leaves of Absence

Bill C-13, the COVID-19 Emergency Response Act, received Royal Assent on March 25, 2020, which rapidly implemented and administered measures to protect Canadians’ health and stabilize the Canadian economy.

Part 10 of the Act amends the Canada Labour Code (“CLC”) and created a temporary COVID-19 related leave under the CLC, which provides that every employee in a federally regulated workplace is entitled to an unpaid, job-protected leave of absence for up to 16 weeks (or another number of weeks if prescribed by regulation) if the employee is “unable or unavailable to work” for reasons related to COVID-19.

The parameters of this leave are very broad. For example, employees may take this leave if they are being quarantined or asked to self-isolate as a result of COVID-19, required to provide care to a family member as a result of COVID-19, or are otherwise unable or unavailable to work for reasons related to COVID-19. To take this leave, employees must:

provide their employer with written notice, as soon as possible, of the reason for the leave and the length of leave they intend to take; and
notify their employer in writing, as soon as possible, of any changes to the length of the leave.
A medical note substantiating an entitlement to the leave is not required. As a part of the CLC amendments, medical certificate requirements for taking a compassionate care leave, critical illness leave or medical leave are suspended until September 30, 2020.

All pension, health and disability benefits must be continued for the length of the COVID-19 leave. If the employee is responsible for a portion of the premiums, he or she must pay those contributions for the period of any leave within a reasonable time unless he or she advises that benefits will be discontinued within a reasonable time after commencing the leave.

An employee is entitled, on written request, to be informed in writing of every employment, promotion or training opportunity that arises during the period they are on a COVID-19 related leave for which they are qualified.

An employer is prohibited from dismissing, suspending, laying off, demoting or disciplining an employee because the employee intends to take or has taken a COVID-19 related leave or taking such an intention or absence into account in any decision to promote or train the employee. However, if an employee is unable to perform the work previously performed by them after taking the leave, then the employer may assign that employee to a different position with different terms of employment.

While on COVID-19 leave, employees may be eligible for the new Canada Emergency Response Benefit announced on March 25, 2020. Application for this benefit will be available in April 2020.

Other changes were also implemented, such as the ability for an employee to interrupt some existing leaves, or interrupt or postpone their vacation.

Quarantine Leave

On September 30, 2020, medical certificate requirements will be reinstated.

On October 1, 2020, the COVID-19 leave will be repealed and a new provision under the CLC will automatically come into effect, which allow employees to access medical leave if they are in quarantine.

The full text of the legislation can be reviewed here.

British Columbia

On March 23, 2020, the Government of British Columbia announced that amendments to the Employment Standards Act (British Columbia) will be made in order to put in place safeguards to protect employees amidst COVID-19, including, without limitation, amendments to prevent layoff of employees who are forced to stay home from work due to COVID-19.

COVID-19 Leave

Employees who are ill, need to self-isolate, need to care for their child or other dependent, or whose employer is concerned that the employee may expose others to risk, are able to take an unpaid, job-protected leave if they are unable to work for reasons relating to COVID-19 in the following circumstances:

(a) the employee has been diagnosed with COVID-19 and is acting in accordance with

(i) instructions or an order of a medical health officer, or

(ii) advice of a medical practitioner, nurse practitioner or registered nurse;



(b) the employee is in quarantine or self-isolation in accordance with

(i) an order of the provincial health officer,

(ii) an order made under the Quarantine Act (Canada),

(iii) guidelines of the British Columbia Centre for Disease Control, or

(iv) guidelines of the Public Health Agency of Canada;



(c) the employer, due to the employer's concern about the employee’s exposure to others, has directed the employee not to work;

(d) the employee is providing care to an eligible person, including because of the closure of a school or daycare or similar facility;

(e) the employee is outside the province and cannot return to British Columbia because of travel or border restrictions; or

(f) a prescribed situation exists relating to the employee.



An employee is entitled to leave under this section for as long as a circumstance described above applies. The entitlement to the leave is retroactive to January 27, 2020, the date that the first presumptive COVID-19 case was confirmed in British Columbia, and will remain in place until such time as COVID-19 no longer poses a heath risk to British Columbians.

If requested, the employee must provide reasonably sufficient proof of entitlement, but is not required to provide a medical note.

Illness or Injury Leave

Additionally, the British Columbia government also implemented permanent changes to the Employment Standards Act (British Columbia) to provide up to three days of unpaid, job-protected leave each year for employees who cannot work due to illness or injury. To qualify for such leave, employees must have worked for their employer for at least 90 days and may be required to provide reasonable evidence of eligibility, if requested by their employer.

Full details regarding this new form of leave can be reviewed here.


https://gowlingwlg.com/en/insights-reso ... -covid-19/



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Личный фотограф Лукашенко уже почти месяц лежит в больнице с коронавирусом. Двусторонняя пневмония.



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