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The head of Primorye asked Putin for 6 billion for an infectious diseases hospital

The head of Primorye asked Putin for 6 billion for an infectious diseases hospital
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During a meeting on the development of the situation with coronavirus infection, the Governor of Primorye Oleg Kozhemyako asked the president to allocate about six billion rubles to the region for the construction of an infectious diseases hospital. There is no such medical institution in the province now.

According to Kozhemyako, active migration flows from China, Korea, Japan, and other Asian countries are going on in Primorye, therefore, outbreaks of infectious diseases are always possible. In this regard, the region needs an infectious diseases hospital with 400 beds.

The governor said that for the medical facility you can use the unfinished hospital building in Vladivostok. According to Kozhemyako, it is suitable for such purposes. The authorities are ready to make a hospital there in a year and a half, but federal support is needed.

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