Because of the coronavirus, all branches of the Security will be in the red by 2020

The record deficit of the social Security (52 billion euros), due to the crisis of the Covid-19 is going to plunge all its branches in the red this year, in the

Because of the coronavirus, all branches of the Security will be in the red by 2020

The record deficit of the social Security (52 billion euros), due to the crisis of the Covid-19 is going to plunge all its branches in the red this year, in the first place the insurance, according to a summary of the accounts Committee found Monday by AFP. None will be spared: for the first time since 2012, the four branches of social security will be in deficit in 2020, sealed by the coronavirus, the containment and the recession that follows, with "a sharp decline in revenue" (dues, taxes) estimated at € 42.8 billion.

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The health insurance branch, will undergo "the degradation of the more" spectacular", with a deficit estimated at $ 31.1 billion, also fueled by a "strong increase". The "exceptional measures" decided during the crisis (purchasing masks and materials, premiums and overtime hours, work stoppages, screening tests...) will in effect "of the order of 12 billion, partially offset by a decrease of $ 4 billion of expenditure in care of city (liberal doctors, physios, dentists, nurses, pharmacies...).

The branch pension will record a loss of 14.9 billion, mainly related to the "fall recipes", even if his accounts had already swung into the red last year, despite the near-freezing of pensions.

The branch family, in the green for the past two years at a price of strokes of the plane are repeated on the benefits, will also by 3.1 billion), while its expenses shrink even "slightly".

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Even the small branch "accidents", which was in surplus for the past seven years, there will not escape (0.7 billion) despite a decrease in claims during the period of containment".

Finally, the old age solidarity fund (FSV), chronically in deficit, will show a negative balance of $ 2.1 billion, in particular due to the revaluation of the minimum old-age pension.

The editorial team conseilleThomas Saunier: "What are the health expenditures that go out of control, not our prices"3 commentairesdi rectle 16/06/2020 at 10:47 am

The consequences of the government measures should not be undertaken by the SECU, but compensated by the State budget !

vaulpasu34le 16/06/2020 08:58

View the number of patients admitted to inpatient care heavy, what could be more normal,

however this is the time to clean the house, remove the cards vital, which should not be in circulation!

Guitonbleule 16/06/2020 at 07:43

Ben this is normal, the security spent $ 50 billion to help us during the pandemic.

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