Start of declarations via the portal from this Saturday, February 26: Let's go for the tourism allowance

Posted by ALM Date:February 26, 2022 Notice to tour operators. The National Social Security Fund (CNSS) is starting the declarations for employees affected by the Covid-19 pandemic. Indeed, the CNSS launches an appeal to classified accommodation establishments; travel agencies approved by the government authority in charge of tourism; classified tourist restaurants; tourist transport for persons authorized by the government authority in charge of transport; temporary work companies having contracts with employers in the aforementioned tourism sub-sectors, signed before the end of February 2020. For the latter who meet the conditions stipulated in Decree No. 2.21.966, it is now possible to make requests in order to allow their employees and trainees under contract for integration declared in February 2020 to benefit from the lump sum indemnity. This also covers employees who have been in a state of illness, maternity or work accident as well as tourist guides with a professional card and professional tax, or who are registered in the register of auto-entrepreneurs and insured by the CNSS under Law 98.15 instituting medical coverage for the benefit of self-employed workers. In concrete terms, the lump sum, financed by the special Covid19 pandemic management fund set up under the instructions of His Majesty the King, covers the period from January 1 to the end of March 2022. Eligible operators must make their declaration via the portal for the months of January and February 2022, from this Saturday February 26 until March 16, 2022, and for the month of March 2021, declarations can be made until April 16, 2022.On the other hand, for tourist guides who have regularized their situation and renewed their working documents before March 31, 2022, they have the possibility of declaring the aforementioned three months via the portal until April 16, 2022. For more information, contact the ”Allo Damane” center at the following numbers:080 200 72 00 / 080 203 33 33.