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Private clinics will receive money for elderly care with COVID-19

Private clinics will receive money for elderly care with COVID-19
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The Russian government is considering the allocation of funds to private medical clinics to assist patients with coronavirus over 65 years of age. Nearly 580 million rubles will be allocated between nine regions for these purposes.

At the first stage of the project, 33 commercial medical organizations were selected that could provide care for 3,5 elderly people. According to Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin, this is necessary to help the public health system.

The Ministry of Labor announced a new competition to select private medical organizations to participate in this project.

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