More premier predictions: NSW will have an increase of covid between Dec 1st and Jan 31st?

Up to $20,000 in support payments to cover wastage

The SME Summer Holiday Stock Guarantee will be available to businesses with an annual turnover between $75,000 and $50 million.

Businesses selling perishable goods can apply for a grant of up to $20,000 to compensate for loss of stock if a local lockdown occurs and restrictions reduce their capacity to sell goods, while businesses that sell non-perishable items can apply for up to $10,000.

While the NSW government is yet to release the full eligibility requirements, the grants will be for small and medium businesses affected by public health orders between December 1, 2021 and January 31, 2022.

The grants highlight the government may enforce snap restrictions in localised areas of the state over the summer to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

Treasurer Matt Kean said the government acknowledges how devastating it is for businesses and their employees when they have to shut due to COVID-19.

“The grants will make it easier for businesses to manage their stock with confidence,” Kean said

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  1. What’s the bet that the local lockdowns will just happen to be in the regions that have a low double jab rate. Where I live the double jabbed rate is below 70%. The coercion goes on, they’re just changing tactics.

  2. In a true democracy we should have to right to earn a living from the work of our hands and the dignity and self respect that comes from that. This is the way Australia has been. In a socialist nation the state gives us money as long as we “do the right thing”. Lockdowns on account of a fake pandemic Rob’s us of the right to work, that is evil.