Four of the five overseas departments and regions are now subject to a state of health emergency.
In order to take the situation into account, the Government decides in August to adapt the emergency economic aid measures put in place to protect overseas companies from the effects of the COVID-19 crisis:
Administratively closed companies: Companies that are administratively closed for more than 21 days per month (compared to 30 days until now for eligibility for the solidarity fund) and achieving more than 20% loss of turnover (CA) will be able to benefit from the “reinforced” solidarity fund. »(20% of turnover up to € 200)
Companies in protected sectors: Companies in the protected sectors (S1 and S1 bis) located in a territory subject to a state of health emergency for more than 21 days in August will benefit from the “reinforced” solidarity fund under the conditions applicable in June, ie to up to 40% of their loss of turnover within the limit of 20% of turnover and 200 euros (vs. 000% in August in all other territories).
Unprotected areas: companies with less than 50 employees achieving more than 20% loss of turnover located in a territory subject to confinement for more than 8 days per month, regardless of their sector of activity, will benefit from compensation for their loss of turnover up to 1500 euros.
In addition, companies in the protected sectors (S1 and S1 bis) located in a territory subject to a state of health emergency will be able to benefit from exemption from employer contributions and from a more favorable system of assistance in the payment of expenses. social (20% instead of the 15% currently in common law).
Finally, the partial activity with no out-of-pocket expenses remains accessible to companies that are administratively or partially closed (curfew) and to those that experience a loss of turnover of more than 60% as soon as their territory of establishment experiences measures. restriction. The other companies can benefit from the partial activity with 15% of the remainder to be paid thanks to the partial long-term activity or 25% of the remainder to be paid for the protected sectors (S1 and S1bis) and 36% for the others.
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