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  • Gyeonggi Resumes Supply of Fruit to Childcare Centers
    1. Gyeonggi Forms Taskforce to Prevent Anti-North Korean Leaflet Launches  Gyeonggi Province has formed a task force to prevent the launch of anti-North Korea leaflet balloons, deeming it to be an act that jeopardizes the lives and safety of local residents. The province also established an emergency network encompassing police offices and border regions as well as southern provincial regions so as to facilitate swift reports of and responses to balloon-launching activities. Potential balloon-launching areas will be closely monitored and those who launch such balloons will be arrested. ?   2. Gyeonggi Designates Summer Heatwave Response Period Gyeonggi Province recently designated the period until September 30 as a “Heatwave Response Period”, during which special response measures will be implemented by the Gyeonggi Disaster and Safety Headquarters. During this period, the province will allocate a total of KRW 12.6 billion for the installation of heat shelters, such as smart tents and parasols, as well as for the planting of shade trees at more than 2,000 locations. To prevent the spread of COVID-19 during this period, indoor heat shelters will remain closed while the use of artificial mist facilities and fountains will be discouraged. Kim Nam-geun, Director, Gyeonggi Province Natural Disaster Division said “We have increased the number of heat shelters from 3,610 to 5,615 this year. We will maintain heat response capabilities through the proactive operation of the heatwave management taskforces and via the Gyeonggi Disaster and Safety Headquarters.” 3. Gyeonggi Uncovers Large Number of Bad Egg Sellers and Users During a recent crackdown in Gyeonggi Province on the distribution and usage of bad eggs, including those with broken shells, a large number of violators were apprehended. The Gyeonggi Province Special Judicial Police announced that among the 424 egg distributors and restaurants it investigated during the period from April 27 to May 8, a total of 68 violations were uncovered at 65 locations. Gyeonggi Province Special Judicial Police Superintendent In-Chi-gwon said “Distributors purchase the (bad) eggs from egg farmers, usually for KRW 400 (per packet). They then sell these eggs to restaurants for KRW 1,000. Compared to their normal purchase prices, which range from KRW 3,500 to 3,800, restaurants save more than KRW 2,000.” 4. Gyeonggi Resumes Supply of Fruit to Childcare Centers After a long COVID19-induced suspension period, Gyeonggi Province resumed the regular supply of fruit to childcare centers from June 15. From last year, the province had been supplying a variety of fruits once or twice weekly to 367,000 children at all childcare centers, local children’s centers and children’s homes in the province. In order to promote healthy dietary habits among children, the province will supply free locally produced fruit to these facilities a total of 43 times this year. GTV
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    2020-07-03

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  • “Can foreign residents receive the 3rd disaster basic income in Gyeonggi-do?”
    As Gyeonggi Province's third disaster basic income payment is in progress, confusion continues among foreign residents. An increasing number of foreign residents who expected to receive the 3rd disaster basic income went to the community service center to apply but were told they were not eligible and turned away. Gyeonggi-do's third disaster basic income is for those who have not received the 'win-win national support', which the government started to pay on September 6th. If you received the government's win-win national subsidy, you cannot receive Gyeonggi-do's 3rd disaster basic income. When the government decided to pay only 88% of the citizens for the win-win national subsidy, Gyeonggi Province wanted to pay the remaining 12%. However, it is true that foreign residents who did not receive the benefits were expected to be able to receive Gyeonggi's 3rd disaster basic income, as the benefits of the win-win national subsidy were limited to multicultural families. However, Gyeonggi Province's 3rd Basic Income for Disaster also limited its target to foreigners registered on the resident registration card, permanent residents, and marriage immigrants (registration of health insurance). There are virtually no foreigners registered on the resident registration card except for multicultural families. In particular, since Gyeonggi Province paid the 2nd Gyeonggi-do disaster basic income to all foreign residents domiciled in Gyeonggi-do in April, there were many foreign residents who thought that the 3rd degree standard would be similar. The difference in the documents is that you can get the 2nd Basic Disaster Basic Income if your address is Gyeonggi-do, so you only need to bring your alien registration card while the third basic disaster income has to be a foreigner registered on the resident registration card, so a copy of the resident registration should be taken.   A migrant woman who turned away from the Community Service Center said, “I expected a mother with a Korean visa to receive the 3rd disaster basic income, but she did not receive it because it had to be written on the resident registration card and she had to purchase health insurance.” “In fact, Only multicultural family members and permanent residents can receive it, so I don’t know why they used the expression ‘foreigner’.” Reporter Song Haseong
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    2021-10-15
  • “Q&A :Win-Win Consumption Support Fund.”
    Q. How is the win-win consumption subsidy (cashback) amount calculated? A. If your monthly card usage increased by more than 3% from the average monthly usage in the last 2 quarters (April to June), 10% of the excess usage amount will be cashed back. Maximum monthly limit of KRW 100,000 (family card usage is added to the member card usage amount) If the average monthly card usage in the second quarter (April to June) is 1 million won, and the card usage in October is 1.53 million won, how much is the subsidy? (1.53 million won - 1 million won) - (1 million won × 3%) = 500,000 won 1.53 million won = Amount used in October 1 million won = 2nd quarter average usage 1 million won = 2nd quarter excess X 3% = 30,000 won   → Calculation of card usage, which increased by more than 3% from the second quarter = 500,000 won *This month's win-win consumption subsidy is 50,000 won* → 10% of 500,000 won for usage in excess of 3%   Q. Where should I write it to be recognized as performance? A. Most domestic use of credit and debit cards is recognized as performance, but some industries are excluded from performance. Hypermarkets and department stores (including outlets and malls) Home shopping and duty free shops Large electronics store Large general online mall Luxury and outdoor golf courses, automobiles (new car purchase) *In addition to the above industries, entertainment and gambling businesses and non-consumer expenditures (gift certificates, insurance, tax, cash advance, etc.) are excluded from the card usage performance.   Q. When and how can I receive the win-win consumption subsidy? A. The win-win consumption subsidy is automatically paid on the 15th of the next month in the form of a cash equivalent to the card of the dedicated card company. - When to pay October cashback is on November 15th November Cashback is December 15th - Payment limit: up to 100,000 won per month - Payment method: Automatic payment in the form of cash equivalent to the card of the dedicated card company   Q. Where and how can the win-win support fund be used? A. In fact, it can be used at all card merchants in Korea just like cash, and it is deducted first when paying by card. Available immediately upon payment Expires on June 30, 2022, expires when not used * Installment payment and refund are non-transferable   Q. How do I know the amount of cash back? A. You can check the monthly average usage performance for the second quarter and the amount of cash back on the personal information page of the credit card company app and website. (Updated daily)   Q. How can I get more detailed information? A. You can get detailed information by calling the integrated call center ☎1670-0577,1688-0588 or visiting the integrated website (win-win consumption support.kr). - You can also check through the call centers, homepages, and apps of 9 credit card companies.
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    • welfare
    2021-10-08
  • Gyeonggi Resumes Supply of Fruit to Childcare Centers
    1. Gyeonggi Forms Taskforce to Prevent Anti-North Korean Leaflet Launches  Gyeonggi Province has formed a task force to prevent the launch of anti-North Korea leaflet balloons, deeming it to be an act that jeopardizes the lives and safety of local residents. The province also established an emergency network encompassing police offices and border regions as well as southern provincial regions so as to facilitate swift reports of and responses to balloon-launching activities. Potential balloon-launching areas will be closely monitored and those who launch such balloons will be arrested. ?   2. Gyeonggi Designates Summer Heatwave Response Period Gyeonggi Province recently designated the period until September 30 as a “Heatwave Response Period”, during which special response measures will be implemented by the Gyeonggi Disaster and Safety Headquarters. During this period, the province will allocate a total of KRW 12.6 billion for the installation of heat shelters, such as smart tents and parasols, as well as for the planting of shade trees at more than 2,000 locations. To prevent the spread of COVID-19 during this period, indoor heat shelters will remain closed while the use of artificial mist facilities and fountains will be discouraged. Kim Nam-geun, Director, Gyeonggi Province Natural Disaster Division said “We have increased the number of heat shelters from 3,610 to 5,615 this year. We will maintain heat response capabilities through the proactive operation of the heatwave management taskforces and via the Gyeonggi Disaster and Safety Headquarters.” 3. Gyeonggi Uncovers Large Number of Bad Egg Sellers and Users During a recent crackdown in Gyeonggi Province on the distribution and usage of bad eggs, including those with broken shells, a large number of violators were apprehended. The Gyeonggi Province Special Judicial Police announced that among the 424 egg distributors and restaurants it investigated during the period from April 27 to May 8, a total of 68 violations were uncovered at 65 locations. Gyeonggi Province Special Judicial Police Superintendent In-Chi-gwon said “Distributors purchase the (bad) eggs from egg farmers, usually for KRW 400 (per packet). They then sell these eggs to restaurants for KRW 1,000. Compared to their normal purchase prices, which range from KRW 3,500 to 3,800, restaurants save more than KRW 2,000.” 4. Gyeonggi Resumes Supply of Fruit to Childcare Centers After a long COVID19-induced suspension period, Gyeonggi Province resumed the regular supply of fruit to childcare centers from June 15. From last year, the province had been supplying a variety of fruits once or twice weekly to 367,000 children at all childcare centers, local children’s centers and children’s homes in the province. In order to promote healthy dietary habits among children, the province will supply free locally produced fruit to these facilities a total of 43 times this year. GTV
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    • welfare
    2020-07-03
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