A liberal interpretation would suggest she is applicable because her workplace / place of income is closed due to COVID.Darkman wrote: ↑ Thanks about April 6 info.
Now ... about this "14 days in a month" business ... Here is my wife's situation:
She worked as self-employed in 2019 ... part time ... maybe 2 days a week or so ... made something like $6,600 for the entire 2019.
Didn't work in 2020 at all ... as on January 10 she went to China for 2 months (she is Chinese) ... but didn't stay in China the entire 2 months (due to Virus situation) ... so she arrived back to Canada on February 28 ... and went straight to "self - isolation" (some room, elsewhere ... not at our place) for 2 weeks or even a bit over 2 weeks.
At the same time when her self isolation ended, the business, where she worked as self-employed in 2019, closed down (due to Virus situation).
And that's where she stands currently ... She neither applied nor going to apply for EI (regardless how much she made, as she didn't didn't pay any EI contributions etc)
You figure she'll qualify for this CERB in some way (either for full $2000 / month (less tax) or even for less than that)?
Complicating factor is the vacation, although I believe those self isolating or taking care of sick relative would also qualify.
So my thinking is yes, but those days nothing is for sure.