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Another 1,5 billion rubles will be directed to the fight against coronavirus in Primorye

Another 1,5 billion rubles will be directed to the fight against coronavirus in Primorye
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Deputies of the Legislative Assembly of Primorsky Krai adopted amendments to the regional budget. The change in funding occurred immediately in several respects and is aimed, inter alia, at combating coronavirus.

According to the press service of the regional government, the total revenue in 2020 increases by 3,7 billion rubles due to revenues from the federal budget and by 2,9 billion rubles on revenues of the regional budget. Of these, about 1,525 billion rubles will be used to prevent the spread of coronavirus and reduce economic losses.

In the near future, the Ministry of Industry and Trade will receive 750 million rubles to provide subsidies to energy-intensive mining organizations to partially pay for electricity consumed for production needs.

Of the revenues generated, 500 million rubles will replenish the region's reserve fund for emergency response. The regional Ministry of Health will receive 154,5 million rubles for the purchase of protective equipment, the purchase and installation of modular feldsher-obstetric stations and their equipment. Another 145,2 million rubles will be spent on the purchase of ventilators, equipment and equipment of beds in medical institutions, stimulating payments to medical workers.

129,8 million rubles will be allocated to support representatives of small and medium-sized businesses. The Ministry of Social Security will receive 73,7 million rubles for the provision of subsidies to employers, for measures to reduce tensions in the labor market, as well as for the payment of increased benefits for unemployed people working in public works. The Ministry of Culture and Archives of the region will receive 19,5 million rubles for financial support of regional cultural institutions, and the regional Ministry of Construction - 25 million rubles for the construction of a new infectious diseases hospital Vladivostok.

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