The FNPF Lockdown relief for working members has been extended to the end of the month.
More than 14,600 members have accessed this relief so far and have been paid $3.1 million with government paying $631,000 while FNPF members withdrew $2.5 million.
Acting CEO Viliame Vodonaivalu says this extension would give an opportunity for members who are on the lockdown whitelist, and have yet to submit their application, to do so.
He says members who would like to access this relief will first have to confirm that their employer is on the whitelist that is updated daily on the FNPF website.
Vodonaivalu says members would only qualify if they are not accessing any of the other active FNPF COVID-19 relief, which includes Phase 2 Round 5, Phase 3 Round 4, the Voluntary Members relief or Phase 4 Round 2.
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