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Chukotka will receive 1,82 million rubles to fight against coronavirus

Chukotka will receive 1,82 million rubles to fight against coronavirus
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Chukotka Autonomous Okrug will receive federal funding in the amount of 1,82 million rubles to combat coronavirus. The money will be used to pay co-payments to doctors.

Chukotka Autonomous Okrug remains one of the four subjects of Russia, where no not a single case coronavirus. This is facilitated by the remoteness of the region, and the timely adoption of measures to combat the virus.

Meanwhile, the doctors of Chukotka will receive surcharges as in other regions of the country. According to the Chuma of the Chukotka Autonomous Okrug, ambulance and primary care doctors will receive an increase of 80% of the average monthly income over the past nine months. Doctors working in hospitals will be paid 100% of the same wage. The average and junior medical staff will also receive an increase in salary, but to a lesser extent.

Earlier, Russian President Vladimir Putin said that all doctors who work directly with patients with coronavirus and who risk becoming infected, receive incentive payments.
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