Fabian Demicoli

New Scheme: Tourism workers can now join COVID-19 contact tracing team

A fresh scheme by the Malta Tourism Authority and Malta Enterprise will allow workers left idle due to the pandemic to join Malta’s contact tracing team.

Anyone employed with MTA-licensed businesses, such as bar workers and others affected by the country’s latest COVID-19 restrictions, are encouraged to help with contract-tracing duties as the country continues to battle the virus.

All those involved will receive the €800 wage supplement as well as an extra €5.28 per hour for their work.

All interested businesses are to notify the MTA with a list of their employees.

All interested parties can send an e-mail to not later than 4th November. Alternatively one can call 2169 2447 .

 

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