If you have been contacted by TTP and have been told to self-isolate, you may be entitled to financial support.
Self-Isolation Support Payment
If you meet ALL of the eligibility criteria, you are entitled to an Isolation Payment of £500
You may be eligible for a £500 Discretionary Payment if you meet all of the other eligibility criteria above, but:
Please ensure that you have the information below available before starting your application
Unfortunately, you do not meet the criteria for this scheme as you must have been contacted by the TTP service.
Unfortunately, you do not meet the criteria for a Self-Isolation Support Payment. You have must been told to self-isolate by NHS Wales, Test, Trace, Protect service (TTP) on or after 23 October 2020
Unfortunately, you do not meet the criteria for this scheme.
Unfortunately you do not meet the criteria for this scheme as you are able to work from home during your isolation period.
Unfortunately you do not meet the criteria for this scheme.
Unfortunately, you do not meet the criteria for a Self-Isolation Support Payment.
You can still be considered for a discretionary payment if you will face financial hardship as a result of not being able to work while self-isolating.
Please provide the following details of the bank account you wish the payment to go into.
To Enable your application to be processed quickly, please upload your evidence documents. If you are employed this should also include proof of employment e.g. Wages being paid into your Bank Account, or your most recent Wage Slip or Bank Statement
If you are self-employed – please provide evidence of this, such as self-employed accounts which show recent trading or SA302 self-assessment form
If you do not provide evidence which supports your application it will lead to a delay in processing your claim.
In either case please provide your latest bank statements.
If you are unable to confirm to all the statements above, you are not eligible for the fund.
As part of making this application, please note that Welsh Government, or a research company employed by them may invite you to take part in follow up research. This would involve passing your contact details to Welsh Government. Your details will only be used for research purposes and your personal details will be kept completely confidential. If you are re-contacted there will be no obligation to take part.
The next set of questions asks about your personal characteristics. This is to help us understand the take up of the scheme among different groups of the population. Where possible, these questions have been aligned with those used by the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
What is your ethnic group?
Choose one option that best describes your ethnic group or background.
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