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After months of collaborative work, the Economic Recovery Committee (ERC) presented its Summary Report to the Prime Minister and his Cabinet for review. First assembled in April, the ERC was charged by the Prime Minister to research and develop strategic recommendations to inform the government’s policies as it addresses the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Arts Council of Northern Ireland on behalf of DfC and in collaboration with Future Screens NI, has announced details of 1089 individuals, working in the Creative Economy, who are set to benefit from £3,852,000 of emergency funding as part of part of the Individuals Emergency Resilience Programme (IERP).
As of mid-October, nonprofit arts and cultural organizations have suffered financial loses of an estimated $14 billion due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Singapore will pilot pre-event testing from mid-October to December to identify a model that can be widely implemented so that more large-scale events can safely resume, announced Minister for Health Gan Kim Yong on Tuesday (Oct 20).
Today, the Ministry of Culture announced the details of the new stimulus scheme for the cultural sector, with a framework of NOK 500 million.
La ministra de las Culturas, las Artes y el Patrimonio, Consuelo Valdés, anunció que los cines, teatros y lugares análogos –como carpas de circo- ubicados en comunas en fase 4 del plan Paso a Paso podrán funcionar desde este lunes con la mitad de su aforo. La medida aumenta de 25% a 50% la capacidad establecida inicialmente en el Protocolo de manejo y prevención ante Covid-19 impulsado por la institución.