The government approved: grants of NIS 55 million to medical staff

The grant will be about NIS 1,000 per medical person, for use in cultural and leisure businesses in the country. The decision is shared by the Prime Minister's Office, the Ministry of Finance, the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Economy

The government approved the proposal of the Prime Minister, Naftali Bennett, and the Ministers of Finance, Health and Economy to transfer recognition grants of NIS 55 million to the medical staff and health care workers who are at the forefront of the struggle in Corona. “In the treatment of the corona plague, a one-time grant of NIS 1,000 for use in the cultural and leisure business in Israel. The relevant medical staff will receive a reimbursable debit card in the coming weeks in the said amount, which can be realized in the cultural and leisure business,” the government said.

The charge cards will be bought by the Ministry of Economy and Industry and will be disseminated to the clinical staff by the emergency clinics and wellbeing reserves. The choice is shared by the Prime Minister’s Office, the Ministry of Finance, the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Economy.

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Head administrator Naftali Bennett: “The uncommon award offers the thanks of the residents of Israel to the clinical groups in Israel. The clinical groups are the main warriors in the fight against the crown and accomplish holy work from the start of the emergency. “To ensure the strength of the residents of Israel. For the Government of Israel and the residents of Israel, I might want to offer our appreciation and thanks to the groups. We will keep on battling the Corona infection and together we will win.”

Ethan Hansen

Ethan Hansen is executive vice president for finance and operations at Leilo Sports. Before joining PNC in 2021, he founded snewslog to help early-stage companies (Seed through Series B). Previously, Cohen worked in consulting (strategy and innovation), private equity (operationally focused investing) and investment banking (M&A).

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