New Delhi: As many as 56 Air India staff have died because of COVID-19 until July 14, Minister of State for Civil Aviation V Ok Singh mentioned on Thursday. “A complete of three,523 staff of Air India Restricted have been affected by COVID-19. Out of this, 56 staff succumbed to this pandemic until July 14, 2021,” he said in a written reply to a query in Lok Sabha.
The minister mentioned the nationwide provider has taken varied measures to safeguard the pursuits of COVID-affected staff and their households. He said that the provider paid a compensation of Rs 10 lakh to the household of every everlasting worker who died because of COVID-19. When a fixed-term contractual worker died because of COVID-19, Air India paid his or her household a compensation of Rs 5 lakh, he famous. Staff contaminated with COVID-19 had been granted a paid quarantine go away of 17 days, he mentioned.
“Reimbursement of vaccination fees are being supplied to staff and their households if paid by them,” he mentioned. The minister mentioned medical amenities had been additionally being supplied to Covid-positive staff.