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COVID 19 information

The Belledonne-Chartreuse tourist office offers you an overview of the information and assistance already announced, to guide you through the process.

Dear partner,

In these particularly sensitive times for the tourism, culture and events sectors, the Belledonne-Chartreuse tourist office is pleased to offer you an overview of the information and assistance already announced, to help guide you through the process.

Who can I contact to help?

– To help you with your procedures, a single government contact: DIRRECTE Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes ara.redressementproductif@direccte.gouv.fr 04 72 68 29 69
– A single contact for the Chambers of Commerce and Industry: Entreprises-coronavirus@ccifrance.fr01 44 45 38 62
– For the CMA: InfoCovid19@cma-france.fr01 44 43 43 85
– A dedicated mailbox has also been set up by the DGE: covid.dge@finances.gouv.fr
– For employers and self-employed workers encountering difficulties in declaring or paying their contributions, URSSAF also provides information: https: //www.urssaf.fr/portail/home.html

Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes Region launches economic support plan

The Region has announced a 600 million euro support plan, including 252 million euros in direct support. It includes

– 20 million euros for tourism and accommodation companies: The Region will temporarily cover part of your costs and financial charges linked to loans taken out to carry out work, up to a ceiling of €5,000 per company. The rules and regulations and the link to the application submission platform will be available shortly.
– 15 million euros for the events industry
– 15 million euros for cultural players.
An emergency number is available for companies: 0805 38 38 69, Monday to Friday, 8:00 am to 6:00 pm.
If you can’t reach the number, a contact form is available: https: //auvergnerhonealpes-entreprises.fr/contact-covid
To find out more and submit an application:

At national level, the Ministry of the Economy has announced a number of accompanying measures:

Postponement of social security and/or tax deadlines (URSSAF, taxes);
– If necessary, a debt repayment plan with the support of the French government and the Banque de France;
– Obtaining or maintaining bank credit via Bpifrance, which will act as guarantor for any cash loans companies may need as a result of the epidemic;
Financing employees through the short-time working mechanism;
– Support in dealing with customer or supplier disputes;
– The French government considers the Coronavirus to be a case of force majeure. Penalties for late delivery will not apply to all government contracts;

In addition, “the ministers have asked major contractors to show solidarity with their suppliers and subcontractors, who may find it increasingly difficult to obtain supplies and meet delivery deadlines“.

To find out more about national schemes: https: //www.economie.gouv.fr/coronavirus-soutien-entreprises#

A useful question-and-answer section on assistance for companies and employees: https: //travail-emploi.gouv.fr/actualites/l-actualite-du-ministere/coronavirus-questions-reponses-entreprises-salaries

Tourism industry trade federations

Finally, the professional federations in the tourism sector have also updated their information and advice systems for their members, and offer more specific information and services, in particular :

– UMIH: The Coronavirus epidemic: consequences and assistance for businesses
– GNI: New measures in favor of hotels, restaurants, discotheques and caterers organizing receptions.
– Entreprises du Voyage: Meeting with economic players on the Covid-19 coronavirus in BERCY
– UNIMEV: Business support measures
– FNHPA: Support measures for outdoor hospitality professionals

The European Union makes a commitment

The European Union is implementing measures to support the European economy. Medef provides an overview of these measures and of the European and international situation regarding the management of COVID-19. More information on theEuropean Union’s response to Covid-19

To stay informedAtoll-free number has been set up to answer any questions about Covid-19, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week: 0800 130 000
For government recommendations on measures in force in France: https: //www.gouvernement.fr/info-coronavirus

Your company’s activity is impacted by the COVID-19 Coronavirus

You will find technical sheets on support measures and useful contacts below.

Order issued in application of article 11 of law no. 2020-290 of March 23, 2020 on emergency measures to deal with the covid-19 epidemic.

We will, of course, keep you informed of forthcoming deadlines and remain at your disposal and ready to listen to you during this period.