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More than 45 billion rubles allocated for stimulating payments to doctors

More than 45 billion rubles allocated for stimulating payments to doctors
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45,7 billion rubles from April 1 were allocated for incentive payments to Russian healthcare workers. Of which 42 billion are intended for doctors working with patients with coronavirus in the regions.

This was told by the head of the Ministry of Health of Russia Mikhail Murashko in a meeting with the president today, May 6. He also said that a little more than three billion rubles were allocated for medical personnel of law enforcement agencies, and four billion rubles were allocated to employees of the Ministry of Health, the Ministry of Education and Science and the Federal Medical and Biological Agency.

Recipients of payments do not pay personal income taxes on them, in the regions all territorial allowances are taken into account. Incentive payments are accrued along with the salary. In April, more than 143 thousand medical workers received them.

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