Labour Minister Mr. Suchart Chomklin revealed that today (March 29, 2021), the Section 33 We Love Each Other Project transferred the second installment of 1,000 Baht to the ‘Pao Tang’ application. Overall, the accumulated spending in the Section 33 We Love Each Other Project from March 22 to 28, 2021, has reached 4,603,989,005.52 Baht. For groups doing rights reviews and those without a smartphone, the registration deadline was on March 28, 2021. The total number of registered users was 742,017.
On March 29, 2021, Labour Minister Mr. Suchart Chomklin reported the progress of the “Section 33 We Love Each Other” project. The government under the leadership of Prime Minister and Minister of Defense General Prayuth Chan-ocha, and the Ministry of Labour under the supervision of Deputy Prime Minister General Prawit Wongsuwan, gives importance to the support and remedies to alleviate the cost of living of insured persons under Section 33, providing remedies of 4,000 Baht per person. The project has now transferred the second installment of 1,000 Baht through the ‘Pao Tang’ application for entitled insured persons under the Section 33 We Love Each Other project. Two installments are remaining. The third installment will be transferred on April 5, 2021, and the fourth installment on April 12, 2021. Overall, total accumulated spending for the “Section 33 We Love Each Other” project from March 22 to 28, 2021, has reached 4,603,989,005.52 Baht.
Mr. Suchart continued that for the rights review group and those without smartphones in the “Section 33 We Love Each Other” project, which expired on March 28, 2021, a total of 709,190 people requested for rights review via the www.M33WeLoveEachOther.com website. A total of 32,827 people without smartphones registered at the Bangkok Social Security Office and in branches in all provinces nationwide, for a grand total of 742,017 people. Results will be announced on April 5, 2021. Those who did the rights review through the website can check the results on the www.M33WeLoveEachOther.com website. The 4,000 Baht will be transferred to this group on April 12, 2021. As for those without smartphones, the Social Security Office will continue to inform the results and methods of receiving payments.
“This project will end on May 31, 2021. I ask that all insured persons spend the funds within that day. I would also like to alert the rightful persons not to violate the project’s terms and conditions. Do not be fooled by fraudsters giving cash without making the purchase correctly. Stores must not take advantage of the opportunity to raise prices and must display price tags. Any violations found will be reported to the Department of Internal Trade to proceed according to the law,” said the Labour Minister.
Source: Ministry of Labour