Riverside, California 2021-10-20 07:30:22 –
Corpus Christi-Nueces County Public Health District will hire four full-time positions to support COVID-19 compliance, thanks to a state grant awarded earlier this year.
On Tuesday, Corpus Christi City Council will use more than $ 1.5 million from a state health services grant to hire two program managers, a spokesperson and an accountant, to cover other labor and expenses. I made a resolution.
“This grant is to establish, expand, train and maintain units in the health district, but it also provides additional positions to assist in the response of COVID-19,” said Annette Rodriguez, Director of Public Health. Said at a city council meeting.
The grant will cover the specified costs until June 30, 2023.
More than half of the grant, $ 916,312, covers labor costs. Of that amount, approximately $ 250,000 will cover the maintenance and maintenance costs of current health district staff involved in the pandemic response from March 2020 to May 2021.
Other costs are as follows:
- Fringe Benefits: $ 416,647
- Refund for City Support: $ 216,000
- Consumables: $ 1,041
The council is set to vote for the item again next week for final approval.
Vicky Camarillo covers the topics of Nueces County and Nueces County Government and Enterprises in Texas. See subscription options and special offers at Caller.com/subscribe..
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