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Crisis on the border. Compensation for companies for the state of emergency – Podlaskie Voivodeship

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Compensation in connection with the state of emergency introduced at the border with Belarus has so far been awarded to 51 companies from the tourism industry, informed the Podlasie Voivodship Office. The largest one granted so far amounts to over PLN 313 thousand. Further applications are awaiting consideration.

So far, the office has received 83 applications for such compensation.

Compensation for the state of emergency

Pursuant to the Compensation Act passed at the end of September, companies operating in the hotel and catering industry, tour operators, tour guide companies, tour guides, and companies leasing tourist and recreational equipment may apply for compensation in the amount of 65%. average monthly income from business activity in the area covered by the state of emergency. The calculations are based on June, July and August 2021.

The Podlaski Voivodship Office informed that the entities applying for compensation show income from months, which are the basis for calculating the compensation. According to the regulations, if the amount of compensation is to exceed PLN 65,000, PLN data are verified during obligatory inspections.

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The Office did not disclose the total amount of compensation granted so far, but informed that the largest amount awarded so far amounts to over PLN 313,000. zloty. It was indicated that the compensation will be paid within 30 days from the date of delivery of the voivode’s decision to the applicant.


State of emergency

The state of emergency has been in force since September 2 in some of the Podlaskie and Lubelskie voivodships due to the situation on the Polish-Belarusian border. Initially, it was introduced for 30 days, and then, at the beginning of October, it was extended by another 60. The state of emergency covers 183 towns in a 3 km wide belt from the border with Belarus in some of these voivodships


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