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More than 500 million rubles allocated by the government to fight against coronavirus

More than 500 million rubles allocated by the government to fight against coronavirus
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Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin signed a decree on the allocation of more than 500 million rubles from the reserve fund for the fight against coronavirus. Two organizations will receive money.

The Federal Biomedical Agency (FMBA) will receive more funding, 321,2 million rubles will be directed to stimulating payments to health workers who work with patients with coronavirus. Also, co-payments will be received by “persons at risk of contracting a new coronavirus infection who work in an enhanced mode”.

Almost 242,3 million rubles will be allocated from the reserve fund for the needs of the volunteer movement "Medical Volunteers." The funds will go to the work of operational headquarters in 85 regions of Russia, involving 15 thousand volunteers in the ranks of the movement. The government expects that volunteers will purchase medicines and products, as well as help at home 200 thousand people over 60 years.

Earlier, the Ministry of Finance reserved about 1,4 trillion rubles to fight against coronavirus. These funds should go to support the regions, deferral of payment of budget loans, as well as business support. 
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