The additional care allowance was extended until April 25 – this is the result of the regulation of the Council of Ministers published in the Journal of Laws. The benefit will be granted on the same terms.
Extension of the additional care allowance
The period for which the additional care allowance is granted has been extended many times. According to the latest regulation, parents can use it until April 11. In the Journal of Laws, an ordinance was published on the extension of the additional care allowance for another two weeks, i.e. until April 25.
The additional care allowance will apply according to the current rules. It is due for the period for which nurseries, children’s clubs, kindergartens, schools, day care centers and other facilities have been closed or due to the inability to provide care by nannies or day carers due to COVID-19. You can also apply for it in the event of a limited opening of such facilities.
Additional care allowance
The additional care allowance is intended both for the care of children up to 8 years of age and for older children with a relevant certificate of disability. It is granted to insured parents of children under 16 who have a certificate of disability; up to 18 years of age who have a certificate of severe or moderate disability; and up to 24 years old who have a special education certificate.
A parent’s declaration is required for the benefit payment. They should be sent to the employer or client.
The parent-entrepreneur submits the document to the Social Insurance Institution. The statement may be submitted electronically via the ZUS Electronic Services Platform. Select the ZAS-58 application from the list of available documents.
The allowance is granted to the mother or father of the child and is paid to the parent who applies for it.
Monthly care allowance – both additional due to COVID-19 and granted for the so-called general rules – 80 percent. salary. It is paid for each day on which care is provided, including public holidays.
The additional care allowance is not included in the limit of 60 days of care allowance in a calendar year, granted for the so-called general rules.
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