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Malta - Country Profile on the European Semester and COVID-19 crisis

The government’s support to families and children during the crisis was adequate.

After 8 March 2020, at least one of the parents (in the private sector) was required to stay at home to take care of their school-aged children, such parents received a direct payment of €166.15 per week if working on a full-time basis and €103.85 per week if working on a part-time basis.

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