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ITALY: €50 million to help companies cope with Covid-19

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Inail has transferred €50 million to Invitalia (national agency for economic development) to support companies in the security against Covid-19.

Companies of all sizes and all sectors can apply for reimbursement of expenses incurred between 17 March and the date of submission of their application to purchase personal protective equipment, body temperature detectors, detergents, disinfectants, antiseptics.

Reimbursement through the “Impresa SIcura” scheme can cover up to 100% of expenses. This represents a maximum of €500 for each worker equipped and €150,000 for the company.

Interested companies must apply electronically between 11 and 18 May 2020. Invitalia will then publish the list, in chronological order of arrival, of the companies admitted to submit their application for reimbursement. The application can be completed from 26 May to 11 June 2020, again by Internet. Reimbursements will be made at the end of June.

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