In order to prevent the spread of COVID-19 among its beneficiaries, the National House of Social Insurance (CNAS) decided to extend the special regime of work with citizens until July 15, IPN reports, quoting a press release of the company.
The local houses of social insurance will continue providing services between 8am and 2pm, according to the same schedule. On Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, the local houses will serve applicants for and recipients of pensions, allowances and death benefit, while on Thursday and Friday will serve applicants for and recipients of allowances intended for families with children.
As to the recipients of pensions who intend to ask for the reexamination of the pension as of July 1 this year, those who will not get an audience will be able to file applications during next weeks on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. The new rights to pension are provided the month coming after the month the application and necessary documents are submitted to the local house of social insurance.
Access to closed places will be allowed by observing social distancing. The visitors will be allowed to enter only if they were protective mask and gloves. To avoid the spread of infection, the local houses will be disinfected and ventilated for ten minutes after every two hours of work with the citizens.