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460 Annapolis City employees share $400K in hazard pay for COVID-19 pandemic

| August 07, 2020, 01:08 PM

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The City of Annapolis has paid out approximately $400,000 in hazard pay to employees for working during the COVID-19 pandemic. The money came from the City’s portion of CARES funding received from Anne Arundel County.

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According to David Jarrell, City Manager, the employees who are eligible received a one-time payment on July 31, 2020. Employees with extensive and regular response to COVID-19 cases received $1500; employees with occasional or intermittent response to COVID  received $750. Some part time employees are eligible and their hazard pay has been adjusted accordingly.

The City has made these payments to 460 employees who are employed in the positions below.

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We have requested hazard pay data from Anne Arundel County, but have not received the information at this time.

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