Australian parents who homeschool their children during the long-term blockade last year can redeem their vouchers for accommodation, entertainment and recreational activities in New South Wales (NSW).
Starting February 7, last year, households with children will receive five $ 50 vouchers worth a total of $ 250 that can be used at accommodation and recreational facilities around New South Wales until October. ..
This is after the state last week announced that elementary school parents and caregivers will receive a $ 500 voucher to cover the cost of pre- and post-school care services.
Prime Minister Dominic Perrottet said new plans that are part of the New South Wales government’s $ 2.8 billion ($ 2.06 billion) COVID-19 economic recovery strategy will help families by reducing living costs. ..
“This is to thank parents for last year’s homeschooling efforts, help them earn income, and help local businesses. Parents endure and balance challenges as a result of homeschooling. We are grateful for their efforts and sacrifices, “Perotet said in the release.
He said the voucher would fulfill its dual obligations for parents and businesses.
“These vouchers encourage families to get out and enjoy the best of our state, while at the same time providing the coveted income to pandemic-affected businesses,” Perotet said. ..
New South Wales Treasury Secretary Matt Keane said the program is behind the recently announced $ 1 billion COVID Business Support Package.
“These vouchers benefit both the industry and the family and encourage more families to explore our incredible states and strengthen the local economy,” Keane said. I did.
“We’ve been on par with the industry throughout the pandemic. This is another program that helps keep businesses open and workers at work.”
Parents’ NSW voucher It works like a Dine and Discover voucher and is available in the Service NSW app and service center.
Customers can pool vouchers with family and friends for the same booking at participating accommodation, entertainment, and recreation providers listed on the search page. Third-party providers such as online booking platforms and travel agencies are not included in the program.
On the other hand, the current COVID-19 limit, which has been extended by one month, will remain in NSW until February 28th.
Restrictions include mandatory indoor mask rules, a 2 square meter density limit, singing and dancing bans, and QR check-in at venues such as retail stores and hospitality.