T&T: Over 14,000 people registered for Salary Relief Grant 

The government of Trinidad and Tobago shared the information that over 14,000 people have registered for the Salary Relief grant.

Trinidad and Tobago: The government of Trinidad and Tobago shared the information that over 14,000 people have registered for the Salary Relief grant.

According to the Salary Relief grant E-Portal data, the number of people who registered as of 21 May 2021 till 11:50 am were – 14,331. 

According to the data shared by the Ministry of Finance, 72,000 people visited the salary portal. Out of 14,331 people, 2,850 have submitted their application for the salary relief grant, and around 12,000 applications are still in progress.

The data of people who registered for the SRG (sector-wise) –

  • From Amusement parks or Tour operators sector – 101 people
  • From Bars sector – 513 people
  • From Casinos or Members of clubs sector – 675 people
  • From Cinemas or entertainment sector – 266 people
  • From the food or restaurant services sector – 6,538 people
  • From Gaming housing or betting housing sector – 248 people
  • Hairdressers, Barbers, Aestheticians, Spa operators – 590 people
  • Night clubs – 17 people
  • From pre-school or Day-care sectors – 390 people 
  • Retail outlets – 4,820 people
  • Sporting facilities – 173 people

Following are the steps to apply for the salary relief grant-

  • Step 1. visit the website that is – https://portal.finance.gov.tt.
  • Step 2. Fill out the application form 
  • Step 3. Scan and upload supporting documents 
  • Step 4. Submit, and then one will receive a confirmation email.

The application for SRG would close on 31 May 2021. If individuals have any queries, they can contact the SRG hotline number – 800-6774, or they can email their questions to – salaryreliefgrant@gov.tt.

Qualification for SRG – If an individual has lost his/her job or had income loss in May 2021, If one is the employ of these sectors – Amusement parks or Tour operators, food or restaurant services, Cinemas or entertainment, casinos/members clubs, retail outlets, night clubs, gaming/betting houses, sporting facilities, pre-care/daycare or if an individual has a National Insurance Number- NIS.