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Jewish autonomy received 22 million rubles for medicines for beneficiaries

Jewish autonomy received 22 million rubles for medicines for beneficiaries
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More than 22 million rubles were allocated from the federal budget of the Jewish Autonomy for the purchase of missing medicines for beneficiaries. This amount should be enough to purchase drugs for deferred prescriptions.

According to the press service of the regional government, the money has already arrived in the regional budget. Drugs will be transferred to beneficiaries as they enter the region. Officials say that the problem with medicines arose due to the imbalance in the regional budget.

In November, the ONF regional office reported on complaints from residents who could not get the medications they needed. The Health Department notes that as of November 1, 5 841 unsecured prescription is on deferred services in pharmacies, including for medicines on the list of vital and essential medicines.