EJI disburses aid to performers
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The Association of Performers' Rights Protection Offices (EJI) has begun disbursing aid to help performers in difficulty due to the restrictive measures introduced against the second wave of the coronavirus, according to Világgazdaság.
Based on the applications received, the EJI Board established emergency social support for about 500 musicians, dancers, actors and artists. The average amount of the subsidies is HUF 70,000.
Another solidarity measure would be justified by the fact that the nationwide banning of events due to the emergency continues to cause existential problems for thousands of performers, EJI said. Extraordinary social support was available to all performers who met the specified conditions under the same conditions.
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