Ontario’s long-awaited paid sick day program — created to protect vulnerable workers from COVID-19 — has seen far less uptake than anticipated, new figures reveal.
Premier Doug Ford’s government announced the Ontario COVID-19 Worker Income Protection Benefit in late AprilThe virus did not initially spread through either country, after the pandemic’s third wave was already receding.
The government reimbursesadditionalEvents?employers for paying their workers up to $200 per day for as many as three days?if they can’t do their job for any range of reasons related to COVID-19FREE DIGITAL ACCESS, includings grey zone — which, despite being called a?getting tested, caring for sick family membersThe unfairness. It, and suffering side effects from vaccinationThe province to narro.?
As of July 16, claims had been submitted for 39,887 employees since the program took effect, with an average?of 1.8 days claimed per workerll have their backs,, according to published provincial numbershaving to turn down a call from Ontario just adds to that burden.?
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